Rivals Round next up at home!
Posted: Wednesday 4th August 2021 - 10:00 AM
Some games mean more. Games with History. Games you must win. Castleford versus Wakefield is one of those games
See the Tigers take on local neighbours Wakefield Trinity on Saturday, 21st August LIVE at The Mend-A-Hose Jungle!
Tickets are available now, online at castlefordtigers.com/tickets
Betfred Super League has confirmed that Sky Sports will broadcast three live Betfred Super League games in Round 20 – Rivals Round (19-22 August).
The round, which will see the Rugby League’s biggest rivals go head-to-head starts on Thursday night (19 August) when league leaders, Catalans Dragons travel to face Warrington Wolves at the Halliwell Jones Stadium (7:45pm KO) before the Wigan Warriors, St Helens Derby at the DW Stadium (7:45pm KO) on Friday night as they look to avenge a 26-4 defeat in Round 13.
Saturday will see focus switch to East coast as the Hull Derby takes centre stage on Sky Sports with Hull FC hosting cross city rivals Hull KR at the MKM Stadium. (3pm KO)
These match-ups have provided some of the most talked about moments in Super League history and with no doubt all to play for just five rounds from the end of the regular season, and a fortnight before Dacia Magic Weekend, these games will again be sure to create some memorable moments.
Round 20 – Rivals Round fixtures in full;
Thursday 19 August
Warrington Wolves v Catalans Dragons – 7:45pm KO (Sky Sports)
Leeds Rhinos v Huddersfield Giants – 7:45pm KO
Friday 20 August
Wigan Warriors v St Helens – 7:45pm KO (Sky Sports)
Saturday 21 August
Hull FC v Hull KR – 3:00pm KO (Sky Sports)
Castleford Tigers v Wakefield Trinity – 7:00pm KO
Sunday 22 August
Leigh Centurions v Salford Red Devils – 3:00pm KO
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