SAINTS have been handed a tough away trip to Warrington in the Challenge Cup quarter-final.

The match is a repeat of last year's final at Wembley, in which Saints suffered a shock loss.

At this stage it is not known whether the game will be on neutral venues or whether the crowds will be allowed in

Rugby league's prestigious and traditional showpiece knockout has been reshaped because of the unique set of circumstances caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.

The 10 Super League clubs remaining in the competition were included in a redraw for the sixth round and the quarter finals.

This followed the withdrawal from the competition of Toronto Wolfpack and the five Betfred Championship and League 1 clubs who had earned places in the last 16.

Having considered all the options, and having received the support of the BBC and Coral, the RFL Board decided that a redraw of the sixth round was the best and fairest way of proceeding.

The road to the 2020 Coral Challenge Cup Final, which has been rescheduled for Saturday October 17, will begin with the two new sixth-round ties at the John Smith’s Stadium in Huddersfield on Saturday, August 22 – with both shown live on the BBC.

The sixth round feature ties between Castleford and Hull FC, while Catalans play Wakefield.

In the last eight Warrington v Saints, Leeds v Hull KR, Cas'Hull v Wigan, Catalans/Wakefield v Salford.

The ties for the last eight will be played over the weekend of 19 September.