The draw for the sixth round of the Challenge Cup has been made and it has thrown up a few interesting clashes.
After six hours of discussions at the John Smith's Stadium, both the Rugby Football League and Super League clubs looked to have agreed to postpone all levels of the game until April 3rd.
Super League clubs will meet with the Rugby Football League on Monday to discuss how the sport will respond to the coronavirus pandemic.
With both sides winning by just a single point last week, Hull FC and Warrington were looking for a more assured performance this time out at the KCOM Stadium.
With Warrington coming into this game off the back of a 36-0 drubbing by Wigan, they were keen to show that they are title contenders against a so-far impressive Castleford Tigers side.
Leeds Rhinos welcomed Warrington Wolves to Headingley as both sides looked to push themselves up the table.
Leeds Rhinos will search for a third straight victory as they welcome a Warrington Wolves side looking to go above their opponents in the league.
With Saints featuring in the World Club Challenge against Sydney Roosters, five Super League games took place. Toronto are still winless, and Huddersfield remain unbeaten. But is that enough to place some of the Giants in this squad.