Rugby League fans will return to the Betfred Super League in England on Wednesday, September 30 after the Government granted permission for four fixtures to be staged as pilot events.
The remaining Coral Challenge Cup sixth round fixture, took place between Castleford Tigers and Hull FC, with Wigan Warriors awaiting the victors.
Warrington Wolves faced off with Castleford Tigers at the Totally Wicked Stadium, knowing that a win would push them back to the top of Super League.
The RFL Board have approved a number of changes regarding fixtures, the league table and the salary cap, following discussions with the Super League Board and clubs about the specific challenges of the 2020 Betfred Super League season.
Salford Red Devils faced the Castleford Tigers at Headingley in a match between two sides looking to prove themselves after a very disjointed restart.
Despite originally having a free weekend, the Castleford Tigers faced Wigan Warriors at the Halliwell Jones Stadium in this rescheduled round 10 fixture, with the Warriors looking to extend their lead at the top.
In the second rearranged fixture of the weekend, the Castleford Tigers travelled to the Totally Wicked Stadium to face reigning Champions St Helens, instead of Hull FC.
The revised season will comprise of a further 15 rounds of action followed by a Top Four semi-final play-off.