THE venue for Warrington Wolves' Challenge Cup quarter final against St Helens has been confirmed.

The repeat of last year's final - memorably won 18-4 by The Wire - will be played at Salford's AJ Bell Stadium on Saturday, September 19, kick off 2.30pm.

Following that will be Wigan Warriors' clash with the winners of the outstanding sixth-round tie between Castleford Tigers and Hull FC as the second game of a double header to be broadcast on BBC Sport.

Sky Sports will show the other two quarter finals on Friday, September 18 - Catalans Dragons vs Salford Red Devils and Leeds Rhinos vs Hull Kingston Rovers - from the Totally Wicked Stadium in St Helens.

RFL chief commercial officer Mark Foster says details for the semi-finals on October 3 and final on October 17 will be confirmed shortly.

“It’s a great result for the game to be able to confirm that all eight of the remaining ties in the 2020 Coral Challenge Cup will be televised live across the BBC and Sky Sports," he said.

“With all games remaining behind closed doors in September, we have worked with our broadcast partners to deliver double headers at two facilities which have already staged successful events in recent weeks – the Totally Wicked Stadium in St Helens, and the AJ Bell Stadium in Salford.

“That means clubs giving up home advantage – but given the exceptional circumstances of this year’s competition, which has already required a re-draw, we have asked the players, coaches and supporters of those clubs to support us in the need to work flexibly for the wider good of the game.

“We will shortly be confirming details of the semi finals on Saturday October 3, and the 2020 Coral Challenge Cup Final on Saturday October 17 – another opportunity for Rugby League to celebrate given the unique challenges of the sport’s 125th anniversary year.”