BY the end of June, Warrington Wolves will have been involved in more televised Super League matches this season than any other side bar one.

With the broadcast picks for Rounds 15 and 16 being confirmed yesterday, The Wire’s home game against Hull FC on June 24 has been chosen for Sky Sports coverage.

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That would be the 11th Super League fixture involving Daryl Powell’s side to be shown on television in 2022 to that point – the joint-most in the competition alongside Catalans Dragons.

To date, seven of Warrington’s 11 league games have been televised – five on Sky Sports and two on Channel Four.

Sky will also show each of their next three Super League matches – Saturday’s trip to Catalans, the visit of St Helens to The Halliwell Jones Stadium next Thursday and the home game against Leeds Rhinos on June 3.

By the end of Round 16, Wigan Warriors and Leeds Rhinos (10 each) will be just behind Warrington and Catalans in terms of the number of televised matches.

At the other end of the scale, Toulouse Olympique will have been involved in just two live fixtures.

Number of televised Super League fixtures (to end of Round 16)

11 – Warrington Wolves, Catalans Dragons

10 – Wigan Warriors, Leeds Rhinos

9 – St Helens, Hull FC

8 – Castleford Tigers

4 – Huddersfield Giants, Salford Red Devils, Hull KR

3 – Wakefield Trinity

2 – Toulouse Olympique