Super League: Fixtures for Rounds 11 and 12 confirmed, plus changes for Round 10

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Super League: Fixtures for Rounds 11 and 12 confirmed, plus changes for Round 10

Post by josie andrews » Thu Aug 20, 2020 9:26 pm

Watch every Super League fixture from Rounds 10, 11 and 12 live on Sky Sports.

Emerald Headingley and Totally Wicked Stadium will again be central venues for the first two rounds of fixtures in September, Super League has confirmed.

Rounds 11 and 12 will also see the competition revert to its Thursday and Friday fixture slots, while French side Catalans Dragons are stated to have two home fixtures in the first two weeks of September after playing all of their August matches in the UK.

As has been the case for the behind-closed-doors fixtures since Super League's return at the start of August, all matches will be broadcast live on Sky Sports.

Leeds Rhinos' Headingley home hosts three matches on Thursday, September 3 starting with Salford Red Devils taking on Castleford Tigers at 2.30pm in the afternoon with an 'as live' replay on Sky Sports at 10.30pm that evening.

That is followed by Hull Kingston Rovers taking on Wigan Warriors at 6pm and Wakefield Trinity facing Leeds at 8.15pm. The Rhinos then fly out to Perpignan on Monday, September 7 for a re-arranged Round 7 match against the Dragons, which kicks off at 6.15pm UK time.

The two matches on Friday, September 4 see Huddersfield Giants against St Helens at 6pm followed by Warrington Wolves against Hull FC at 8.15pm.

Round 12 moves onto St Helens, starting with two matches on Thursday, September 10 with Hull FC against Wakefield at 6pm and Castleford taking on Warrington at 8.15pm.

On Friday, September 11, Saints get things underway against Hull KR at 6pm and Leeds face Huddersfield at 8.15pm. Catalans then welcome Wigan to Stade Gilbert Brutus on Saturday, September 12, kicking off at 5pm UK time.

Meanwhile, the fixtures for Round 10 at the Halliwell Jones Stadium have been altered, with Wigan's match against the Dragons that week brought forward one day to Saturday, August 29 at 4.15pm and Warrington's match against Wakefield switched to the following day.

Some of the fixture times have been re-arranged as well from those initially announced earlier this month.

Updated Super League fixtures

Round 10 (Halliwell Jones Stadium)

Saturday, August 29: 4.15pm - Wigan Warriors vs Catalans Dragons;
6.30pm - Leeds Rhinos vs Salford Red Devils.

Sunday, August 30: 1pm - Hull Kingston Rovers vs St Helens; 4.15pm - Huddersfield Giants vs Salford Red Devils; 6.30pm - Warrington Wolves vs Wakefield Trinity.

Round 11 (Emerald Headingley)

Thursday, September 3: 2.30pm - Salford Red Devils vs Castleford Tigers; 6pm - Hull Kingston Rovers vs Wigan Warriors; 8.15pm - Wakefield Trinity vs Leeds Rhinos.

Friday, September 4: 6pm - Huddersfield Giants vs St Helens; 8.15pm - Warrington Wolves vs Hull FC.

Round 7 re-arranged match (Stade Gilbert Brutus)

Monday, September 7: 6.15pm (UK time) - Catalans Dragons vs Leeds Rhinos.

Round 12 (Totally Wicked Stadium)

Thursday, September 10: 6pm - Hull FC vs Wakefield Trinity; 8.15pm - Castleford Tigers vs Warrington Wolves.

https://www.skysports.com/rugby-league/ ... r-round-10
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Re: Super League: Fixtures for Rounds 11 and 12 confirmed, plus changes for Round 10

Post by josie andrews » Thu Aug 20, 2020 9:31 pm

I’ve highlighted our games but have also made a mention to Salford.

Reading these fixtures, they are playing Saturday 29th & Sunday 30th August!!

Huddersfield actually play Hull FC!
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Re: Super League: Fixtures for Rounds 11 and 12 confirmed, plus changes for Round 10

Post by Mike » Fri Aug 21, 2020 2:18 pm

Can we go to the match in France? Are they allowing fans in staduims at the moment? I thought there was a quarentine for France, will the players have to self isolate when they come back? It's changing fast so not sure how this works.

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Re: Super League: Fixtures for Rounds 11 and 12 confirmed, plus changes for Round 10

Post by Fujiman » Fri Aug 21, 2020 4:58 pm

Mike wrote:
Fri Aug 21, 2020 2:18 pm
Can we go to the match in France? Are they allowing fans in staduims at the moment? I thought there was a quarentine for France, will the players have to self isolate when they come back? It's changing fast so not sure how this works.
Think the players are ok as they are classed as elite. Last I heard cats wanted to play at home as they could have limited fans in. Whether you can travel there is another matter.
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Re: Super League: Fixtures for Rounds 11 and 12 confirmed, plus changes for Round 10

Post by Mike » Fri Aug 21, 2020 7:17 pm

I guess if there isn't a quarentine on the way vout and you work at home anyway, then it's a match that you can go to!

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Re: Super League: Fixtures for Rounds 11 and 12 confirmed, plus changes for Round 10

Post by Nezza Faz » Fri Aug 21, 2020 7:33 pm

Mike wrote:
Fri Aug 21, 2020 7:17 pm
I guess if there isn't a quarentine on the way vout and you work at home anyway, then it's a match that you can go to!
It's a limited capacity of 5,000 and that will be taken up by the French clubs season ticket holders. That was the process agreed by the French Gov't to resume with fans present.

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