Warrington Wolves secured their Put in the Coral Challenge Cup semi finals with a win over Hull KR on Friday night, also have drawn Hull FC.
The semi finals will be held at the University of Bolton
The women’s final will be the opening match of the day kicking off at 11.15am. The Wire will then be the first semi final of this day kicking off at 2pm, before St Helens carry on Halifax in 4.30pm.
Golden Point additional time can be obtained for all the 3 matches in case the scores are level at full-time.
Warrington vs Hull FC Live Stream
Warrington have been attracted to face fellow Super League side Hull FC at the semi-finals of the Challenge Cup.
The Game is a meeting of the 2016 final, once the black-and-whites maintained a narrow 12-10 win. FC went on to assert back-to-back Cup final wins, but neglected to make it into Wembley final year.
Both sides have Already met twice this year, with Warrington choosing up a 63-12 win at the KCOM Stadium back in March, while Lee Radford’s side avenged their loss by a 19-12 win at the Halliwell Stadium two weeks ago.
At the other semi-final, Halifax’s reward for toppling Bradford is a tie against Super League leaders St Helens, that eased past Wakefield yesterday.
The Challenge Cup after beating their acquaintances Hull KR on Friday afternoon.
Another semi-final will visit Championship side part-timers earlier 10, Halifax, who conquered Bradford.
The two semi-finals will take place in the University of Bolton Stadium, The home at a unique Challenge Cup triple-header on 27 July.
Both men’s semi-final matches will occur in the venue, along with the women’s final for the first time.
Entry to the Cup is compulsory for its English and Welsh professional teams, however, is by invitation for the rest of the clubs, either professional or amateur. French side Toulouse declined to enter for 2019, afterwards also falling to play with at the 2018 contest. Canadian facet Toronto Wolfpack also declined to enter 2019, after both clubs were presented with a requirement by the Rugby Football League (RFL) for approximately #750,000 ($830,000; C$1,226,000 approximately) because of bond protection against decreased ticket sales, if team reached the final.
In January 2019 it was revealed that defending champions, Catalans Dragons, had been asked to cover a #500,000 ($553,000) bond to enter the competition. Catalans informed the RFL, the club hadn’t any intention of paying, leading to the possibility, that for the first time , the contest would happen with no defending champions being in the championship. But after settling their dispute with the RFL, it was verified that they’d be defending their title.
The first and second rounds of the contest are competed for solely by amateur teams, and for 2019, 51 British based teams are joined by little side Red Star at the draw for the first round of the cup.  Red Star’s entry is on condition that they play out from home in the first and second rounds (assuming success in the first round). The 51 amateur clubs are 47 British clubs together with four groups representing both the armed forces along with the British police. This season is going to be the first since the 1990s, that no student sides will likely be playing at the competition.