All four Ladbrokes Challenge Cup quarter-final ties will be broadcast live on television over the weekend of June 25 to 28.
The action kicks off at the KC Lightstream Stadium on Thursday June 25 when Hull Kingston Rovers, whose last Wembley win came 35 years ago, host Catalans Dragons live on Sky Sports (8.00pm).
On Friday (June 26), the Sky Sports cameras will make the short journey west across to the KC Stadium for Hull FC versus Cup holders Leeds Rhinos (8.00pm).
Cup giant-killers Leigh Centurions will be in televised action for a third successive round on Saturday June 27 when the Championship pace-setters will look to add the scalp of Warrington Wolves to those of Salford Red Devils and Wakefield Trinity Wildcats in a match played at The Halliwell Jones Stadium on BBC One (3.00pm).
And on Sunday June 28, Super League champions St Helens host Widnes Vikings live on BBC Two with a 4.00pm kick-off.
The schedule for the four Ladbrokes Challenge Cup quarter-finals is as follows:
Thursday June 25 – Hull Kingston Rovers v Catalans Dragons (Sky Sports, 8.00pm kick-off)
Friday June 26 – Hull FC v Leeds Rhinos (Sky Sports, 8.00pm kick-off)
Saturday June 27 – Warrington Wolves v Leigh Centurions (BBC One, 3.00pm kick-off)
Sunday June 28 – St Helens v Widnes Vikings (BBC Two, 4.00pm kick-off).
Ticket prices for all four ties will be confirmed by the competing clubs in due course.