The final round of Super League fixtures have now being altered so that all four teams involved in the relegation battle play at the same time.
London’s remarkable late win over Hull KR last night means that Wakefield, Huddersfield, Hull KR and London are all locked on 20 competition points heading into the last round of the regular season, with the fixtures now altered to ensure that the side relegated from Super League will be confirmed on Friday night.
Wigan will now take on Castleford in a jostle for the top five on Thursday night, with Hull KR’s crucial trip to Salford and Wakefield’s showdown at home to London both moved from Sunday to Friday to be played in tandem with Huddersfield’s last home game against Catalans.
Trinity’s clash with the Broncos will be broadcast live on Sky Sports.
FIXTURE CHANGE: Next week's game against Wigan will now be played on Thursday evening, KO 7.45pm at the DW Stadium, after being selected by Sky Sports.
What a way to kick-off an incredible weekend in @SuperLeague!
— Castleford Tigers (@CTRLFC) September 7, 2019
📅 FIXTURE CHANGE: Our Round 29 clash at @SalfordDevils will now take place on Friday September 13 with a 7.45pm kick-off. The game will NOT be televised by Sky Sports.
— Hull Kingston Rovers (@hullkrofficial) September 6, 2019
❗️FIXTURE CHANGE: Our game against @LondonBroncosRL has now been moved to Friday 13th September with a 7.45pm kick-off.
📺 The fixture has been selected for SKY coverage.
— Wakefield Trinity (@WTrinityRL) September 6, 2019
Super League's schedule for the final round confirmed with all four relegation-threatened sides to kick-off at the same time. https://t.co/NBfTdWFENF
— League Express (@leagueexpress) September 7, 2019