WARRINGTON Wolves now know their fixtures for the final seven games of the season as they continue to push towards the play-offs and Old Trafford.
The top eight teams in Super League will play each other once in the Super 8s phase of the season, with points carrying over from the regular season.
It means the Wolves are in a good place to secure a top four spot and a place in the semi-finals.
They currently sit in fourth spot, six points ahead of the chasing pack.
Their first game of the Super 8s will be at home to Catalans Dragons on Friday August 10 (7.45pm kick-off).
That is followed by a televised trip to Castleford on Friday August 17 (7.45pm), with the Challenge Cup final taking place the weekend after.
The Wolves, who play Leeds in the semi-finals at Bolton this Sunday, will be hoping to make that trip to Wembley, before returning to Super 8s action at home to Hull on Thursday August 30, live on Sky Sports.
Another home game, against Huddersfield, comes the following Friday before mouthwatering clashes away at Wigan and at home to St Helens.
The final game of the season will be away at Wakefield, before the play-offs take place on the weekend of October 5/6, ahead of the Grand Final at Old Trafford on Saturday October 13.
Wolves Super 8s fixtures
Friday August 10, Catalans Dragons, Home, 7.45pm
Friday August 17, Castleford Tigers, Away, 7.45pm (Live on Sky Sports)
Thursday August 30, Hull FC, Home, 7.45pm (Live on Sky Sports)
Friday September 7, Huddersfield Giants, Home, 7.45pm
Friday September 14, Wigan Warriors, Away, 7.45pm
Friday September 21, St Helens, Home, 7.45pm
Friday September 29, Wakefield Trinity, 7.45pm