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Warrington Wolves 2020 fixtures revealed

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WARRINGTON Wolves will kick-off the 2020 Super League season with a trip to Wigan on Thursday January 30.

It will be the first of three league meetings with the Warriors, with the two sides also set to meet at the Magic Weekend at St James’ Park on Sunday May 24.

The Wolves will welcome newly promoted Toronto Wolfpack to the Halliwell Jones Stadium on Friday February 21, while the historic first trip to Canada and the Lamport Stadium is scheduled for Saturday July 4.

There will be two visits to Perpignan this season to face Catalans, on Saturday June 13 and Saturday August 1.

A total of 11 Wolves games are already scheduled for Sky Sports live television coverage, which is more than any other club.

Of their 14 home games, two will be played on Thursday nights, eight on Friday nights and four on Saturdays.

Fixtures in full:

Thursday 30 January (R1) Wigan Warriors | Away

Thursday 6 February (R2) St Helens | Home

Sunday 16 February (R3) Wakefield Trinity | Away

Friday 21 February (R4) Toronto Wolfpack | Home

Friday 20 February (R5) Leeds Rhinos | Away

Friday 6 March (R6) Castleford Tigers | Home

Thursday 12 March (R7) Hull FC | Away

Sunday 22 March (R8) Hull KR | Away

Friday 27 March (R9) Catalans Dragons | Home

Saturday 11 April (R10) Salford Red Devils | Home

Sunday 19 April (R11) Huddersfield Giants | Away

Friday 24 April (R12) Leeds Rhinos | Home

Thursday 30 April (R13) Hull KR | Away

Saturday 16 May (R14) Castleford Tigers | Home

Sunday 24 May (R15) Wigan Warriors | Neutral

Saturday 30 May (R16) Hull FC | Home

Saturday 13 June (R17) Catalans Dragons | Away

Thursday 18 June (R18) Salford Red Devils | Away

Thursday 25 June (R19) St Helens | Home

Saturday 4 July (R20) Toronto Wolfpack | Away

Friday 10 July (R21) Wakefield Trinity | Home

Saturday 25 July (R22) Huddersfield Giants | Home

Saturday 1 August (R23) Catalans Dragons | Away

Friday 7 August (R24) Hull KR | Home

Friday 14 August (R25) St Helens | Away

Friday 21 August (R26) Wakefield Trinity | Home

Friday 28 August (R27) Castleford Tigers | Away

Sunday 6 September (R28) Salford Red Devils | Away

Friday 11 September (R29) Wigan Warriors | Home

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