WARRINGTON Wolves and Castleford Tigers arrive at Leigh Sports Village today dreaming of a Wembley final.

Whose will be dashed and whose will live on?

Here's everything you need to know about today's Challenge Cup semi final...

What time is kick off?

The game is due to get underway at 5pm and is the last of three games to be played on the day.

Hull FC take on St Helens in the first semi-final at 2.30pm while Saints are also involved in the Women's Challenge Cup Final against York City Knights, which kicks off at 11.15am.

Leigh Sports Village will host both semi finals and the Womens Challenge Cup Final. Picture by SWPix.com

Leigh Sports Village will host both semi finals and the Women's Challenge Cup Final. Picture by SWPix.com

Can I watch on TV?

All three games will be shown live on the BBC, with coverage of Castleford vs Warrington getting underway from 4.30pm on BBC Two.

The women's final will also be on BBC Two, with Hull FC vs St Helens on BBC One.

Any tickets going?

Due to continued Covid restrictions and the number of teams involved, capacity at Leigh Sports Village is extremely limited.

As such, all four of the men's semi-finalists were allocated just 600 tickets, with Warrington having already distributed them among membership holders by ballot.

What is the latest team news?

The Wire will have to make at least one enforced change from the side that thrashed Salford Red Devils last time out.

Forward Jason Clark is out with a calf strain and joins longer-term absentees Greg Inglis (hamstring) and Matty Ashton (ankle) on the sidelines.

Jason Clark will be missing with a calf strain. Picture by Mike Boden

Jason Clark will be missing with a calf strain. Picture by Mike Boden

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Wire squad: Sitaleki Akauola, Blake Austin, Rob Butler, Josh Charnley, Daryl Clark, Mike Cooper, Ben Currie, Matt Davis, Chris Hill, Jack Hughes, Toby King, Tom Lineham, Ellis Longstaff, Jake Mamo, Robbie Mulhern, Joe Philbin, Stefan Ratchford, Josh Thewlis, Danny Walker, Connor Wrench, Gareth Widdop

Meanwhile, Castleford are set to be boosted by returns for several key players including captain Michael Shenton, half-back Jake Trueman and full-back Niall Evalds.

Tigers squad: Niall Evalds, Derrell Olpherts, Peter Mata'utia, Michael Shenton, Jake Trueman, Liam Watts, Paul McShane, Oliver Holmes, Cheyse Blair, Adam Milner, Nathan Massey, Alex Foster, Jacques O'Neill, Tyla Hepi, James Clare, Jesse Sene-Lefao, Daniel Smith, Suaia Matagi, Jordan Turner, Brad Martin, Gareth O'Brien

Who is the referee?

Chris Kendall will be the man in the middle for the game.

Chris Kendall will referee todays game. Picture by SWPix.com

Chris Kendall will referee today's game. Picture by SWPix.com

What are the pre-match odds?

Warrington are strong favourites at 4-11 with competition sponsors Betfred to take the victory and advance to Wembley Stadium.

The Tigers are a 5-2 shot while a drawn game after 80 minutes is 22-1.