TODAY'S the day - a clash of neighbours for a place in the Challenge Cup semi-finals.

Will Warrington Wolves beat the odds and bring a first final since 2019 a step closer? Or will it be the Saints that go marching on towards Wembley?

Here is all of the key pre-match information and build-up you need...

St Helens vs Warrington Wolves tickets,  TV details and match referee

More than 2,000 Warrington fans will be in attendance at the Totally Wicked Stadium, and tickets are still available for away supporters from the St Helens ticket office.

The match is being shown live on the BBC - their coverage starts at on BBC Two at 4.15pm ahead of kick off at 4.30pm.

Jack Smith is today's match referee, with Chris Kendall on video referee duty.

St Helens vs Warrington Wolves pre-match build-up

> SQUAD NEWS: The players Sam Burgess will select from for Challenge Cup quarter final

> The squad St Helens have named to face The Wire

> Sub-plots, styles make fights and apprentice versus master - pre-Saints talking points

> Jordy Crowther on the prospect of another big shift in the Wire front row

> COMMENT: Progress is clear but now comes Burgess' first 'Judgement Day'

> Sam Burgess' honest assessment of the task facing his side at St Helens

> Full Challenge Cup semi-final draw details with Wire and Saints both in the hat

> Three selection dilemmas facing Warrington Wolves boss Sam Burgess

> Fire meets ice - can Wire's attack break down the miserly Saints defence?

> George Williams' personal motivation as he seeks a first Challenge Cup crown

Follow St Helens vs Warrington Wolves live with us

As usual, the Warrington Guardian will be bringing you all of the action as it happens live and direct from the Totally Wicked Stadium.

Matchday Live will be up and running from around 2.30pm with pre-match build-up followed by live text commentary of the game.

From the final hooter onwards, we will also bring you the most in-depth post-match reaction from the Wire camp.