WARRINGTON Wolves now know when and where they will face Huddersfield Giants in the Challenge Cup semi-finals.

They will return to the scene of their memorable quarter-final victory – St Helens’ Totally Wicked Stadium – to battle Ian Watson’s side on Sunday, May 19, kick off 3.15pm.

The game will be shown live on the BBC as will the other semi-final between Hull KR and Wigan Warriors, which takes place at Doncaster’s EcoPower Stadium on Saturday, May 18.

Both semi-finals will be played as double-headers with last-four ties in the women's competition - before the Wire-Huddersfield clash, Wigan Warriors will take on Leeds Rhinos at 12.30pm.

The women's semi-finals will be shown live on the BBC iPlayer, with the men's games on BBC TV.

St Helens' home ground has twice hosted Challenge Cup semi-finals involving Warrington in the past and on both occasions, The Wire have come out on the losing side.

They were beaten 24-16 by Leeds Rhinos in 2014 while Salford Red Devils edged them out 22-20 behind closed doors in 2020.

Warrington Wolves ticket details for Challenge Cup semi-final

Wire fans have been allocated the East Stand terrace, where they gathered in great numbers for Sunday's quarter-final win over St Helens, and seating blocks in both the North and South Stands.

Tickets are on sale now online via the official club website for members (up to four tickets per membership) as part of a 48-hour priority window.

Physical sales will start at the club store and over the phone at 2pm tomorrow, again for members only.

Tickets will then go on general sale this coming Thursday, April 18, at 2pm via all channels.

Prices start at £20 for adults and £10 for juniors.

Warrington Guardian: Wire fans will once again be in the Totally Wicked Stadium's East Stand for the semi-final against HuddersfieldWire fans will once again be in the Totally Wicked Stadium's East Stand for the semi-final against Huddersfield (Image: SWPix.com)

Challenge Cup semi-final fixtures

Saturday, May 18 - EcoPower Stadium, Doncaster

11.30am - St Helens Women vs York Valkyrie (BBC iPlayer)

1.45pm - Hull KR vs Wigan Warriors (BBC One from 1.15pm)

Sunday, May 19 - Totally Wicked Stadium, St Helens

12.30pm - Wigan Warriors Women vs Leeds Rhinos Women (BBC iPlayer)

3.15pm - Huddersfield Giants vs Warrington Wolves (BBC Two from 2.45pm)