Being on live television is always a draw for rugby league teams.
Sky Sports is the major funder of rugby league and the broadcasting service is responsible for changing fixtures to be covered live on their channel, whilst Channel 4 has had ten games to cover in 2022.
For the next three weekends, these are the fixture changes:
Betfred Super League – Round 23
Thursday 11 August
Warrington Wolves v Toulouse, 8pm (Sky Sports)
Friday 12 August
Hull KR v Leeds Rhinos, 8pm (Sky Sports)
Castleford Tigers v Catalans Dragons, 8pm
Saturday 13 August
Salford Red Devils v Huddersfield Giants, 1pm (C4)
Sunday 14 August
Hull FC v St Helens, 3pm
Wakefield Trinity v Wigan Warriors, 3pm
Betfred Super League – Round 24
Thursday 18 August
Huddersfield Giants v Castleford Tigers, 8pm (Sky Sports)
Friday 19 August
Hull FC v Wakefield Trinity, 8pm (Sky Sports)
Leeds Rhinos v Warrington Wolves, 8pm
St Helens v Hull KR, 8pm
Wigan Warriors v Toulouse, 8pm
Saturday 20 August
Catalans Dragons v Salford Red Devils, 7pm local/ 6pm UK
Meanwhile, Round 25 will kick-off on Wednesday 24 August when play-off chasing Leeds Rhinos host Huddersfield Giants (8pm KO).
The following night Toulouse, who face Catalans Dragons in a French Derby, will look to stave off the threat of relegation. In addition to this, Wakefield Trinity have kindly agreed to move their kick-off time against Hull KR 15 minutes earlier so both games start at the same time. This will allow fans to follow these two games as the drama unfolds.
Friday night’s live action sees a top of the table clash as fierce rivals Wigan Warriors and St Helens go head-to-head at the DW Stadium.
Betfred Super League – Round 25
Wednesday 24 August
Leeds Rhinos v Huddersfield Giants, 8pm (Sky Sports)
Thursday 25 August
Toulouse v Catalans Dragons, 8:30pm local/ 7:30pm UK (Sky Sports)
Wakefield Trinity v Hull KR, 7:30pm
Salford Red Devils v Hull FC, 7:45pm
Warrington Wolves v Castleford Tigers, 8pm
Friday 26 August
Wigan Warriors v St Helens, 8pm (Sky Sports)