FOUR wins from their five games – two of them while scoring 50 points or more – and progress to the Challenge Cup semi finals.

All in all, May could be considered a pretty successful month for Warrington Wolves.

While a loss to Huddersfield Giants was the only blotch on their record, the last calendar month has seen things starting to come together in a promising fashion as well as the long-awaited return of fans to The Halliwell Jones Stadium.

As May turns to June, however, the next 30 days will be a big indicator as to what The Wire can expect for the months to come.

We will know whether or not they have a Wembley final to look forward to – Castleford Tigers block their path to the Challenge Cup Final and lie in wait in Saturday's last-four clash.

June also sees the first meetings of the season with neighbours St Helens and Wigan Warriors – both away from home.

Add to that clashes with Wakefield Trinity and Leigh Centurions plus the potential for several players to be in action for England against the Combined Nations All-Stars at The Halliwell Jones Stadium on June 25, and it is shaping up to be a big month.

Warrington Wolves June fixtures:

Saturday 5 – Castleford Tigers (Challenge Cup semi-final, Leigh Sports Village) 5pm

Friday 11 – Wakefield Trinity (H) 7.45pm

Thursday 17 – St Helens (A) 7.45pm

Thursday 24 – Leigh Centurions (H) 7.45pm

Wednesday 30 – Wigan Warriors (A) 7.45pm