WARRINGTON Wolves will face Leigh Centurions in their second Super League game of 2021.

The sides will face off behind closed doors at the Totally Wicked Stadium on Good Friday, with the game kicking off at 12.45pm.

Super League is set to come together and show its support for Mose Masoe across the Easter Weekend’s Round 2 fixtures.

The six games, all live on Sky Sports, will see two of Masoe’s former clubs meet, with Hull KR playing St Helens on Thursday 1 April (8:15pm KO).

Full details of the how fans can support Mose, who faces a long rehabilitation, will be announced ahead of the start of the season.

Super League Executive Chairman, Robert Elstone said: “Mose Masoe’s remarkable spirit and determination provides inspiration for all us. 

 “As he moves into the next phase of his life and continues his rehabilitation, it is fitting that Super League clubs, players and fans thank Mose for everything he has given to the game, and help support him and his family in the future.”

Warrington Guardian:

Peta Hiku touches down during The Wire's last Super League meeting with Leigh Centurions - a 32-30 Middle 8s victory in September 2017 in Tony Smith's 300th game in charge of the club. Picture by Mike Boden

Super League Round Two fixtures (all at the Totally Wicked Stadium)

Thursday, April 1:

Wigan Warriors vs Wakefield Trinity, 6pm

Hull KR vs St Helens, 8.15pm

Friday, April 2:

Warrington Wolves vs Leigh Centurions, 12.45pm

Leeds Rhinos vs Castleford Tigers, 3pm

Saturday, April 3:

Salford Red Devils vs Hull FC, 12.45pm

Huddersfield Giants vs Catalans Dragons, 3pm