WARRINGTON Wolves will have four home matches in the Super 8s.

This is a result of their top-four finish in the opening phase.

With two rounds of Super League still to be played, The Wire could still finish anywhere from second to fourth.

Steve Price's side currently lie fourth, two points behind Castleford Tigers and a further point adrift of Wigan Warriors.

The point that Wolves earned against Catalans Dragons on Thursday, along with fifth-placed Hull FC losing 34-18 at home to St Helens on Friday, ensured a minimal fourth-place finish to the opening stage.

Wolves visit Hull KR on Friday and complete the opening 23 rounds at St Helens, before facing Leeds Rhinos in the Challenge Cup semi finals on Sunday, August 5.

The Super 8s will start the following weekend, with fixtures to be confirmed at the completion of the opening phase.

In the Super 8s, the top eight Super League sides all play each other once to determine the final four for the play-offs.

The top four Super League sides will have four home and three away games, vice-versa for those sides finishing fifth to eighth.

At the moment Wire know they will be playing St Helens, Wigan Warriors, Castleford Tigers and Hull FC in the 8s, with three more to be decided.