WARRINGTON Wolves look set to face both of Super League’s longest away trips twice in 2024.

The Wire’s full 27-game Super League schedule will be revealed tomorrow morning, with Sam Burgess’ side facing all 11 of their rivals home and away as well as five “loop fixtures.”

Teams who finished in even placings in last year’s final table face each other three times the following season, with the same going for the odd placings.

As such, Warrington’s 2024 loop fixtures will be against Catalans Dragons, Hull KR, Leeds Rhinos, Hull FC and newly-promoted London Broncos.

And it is understood Catalans and London have been designated as Wire’s away loop fixtures, meaning they face two trips to Perpignan and two to the capital during the regular season.

That would leave two home fixtures against both Hull clubs, with the loop fixture against Leeds Rhinos confirmed to be taking place at Magic Weekend.

Warrington did visit Perpignan twice during the 2023 season – one of which was in the Challenge Cup – and won on both occasions. They triumphed 20-14 in Super League in April before a 16-12 cup win the following month.

Next year will see Wire face London for the first time since 2019 and it will also be a first visit to the Broncos’ Cherry Red Records Stadium, a home they share with football club AFC Wimbledon.

It will be the seventh ground in and around London that Warrington have visited for a Super League fixture having previously played at Twickenham Stoop, The Valley, Griffin Park, Priestfield Stadium, The Hive and most recently Ealing Trailfinders.