THE University of Bolton Stadium will once again play host to both Challenge Cup semi finals on the same day.

Both last-four ties will be played on Saturday, June 6, in what will act as a triple header.

Last year, the Women's Challenge Cup Final was played before the first men's semi and that will be repeated in 2020.

All three games will be streamed live on BBC Sport.

Warrington Wolves have taken part in both semi-final double headers at Bolton, beating Leeds in 2018 and Hull FC last year.

“We are delighted to be able to make these two really positive announcements ahead of the start of the 2020 Coral Challenge Cup – especially with the men’s First Round, and the start of the BBC’s coverage, taking place this weekend.

“The Challenge Cup remains one of the jewels in the crown of British sport and the BBC’s coverage, which crucially showcases the best of Rugby League to terrestrial viewers, is second to none," RFL chief executive Ralph Rimmer said.

"The BBC’s ongoing commitment to such a prestigious competition is a fantastic way for us to begin celebrating the 125th birthday of the sport of Rugby League.”

The BBC and the RFL have also extended their agreement on broadcast coverage of the Challenge Cup and Women's Challenge Cup until 2021.