FOUR Super League sides have joined rugby league's Challenge Cup fifth round draw.

Toronto Wolfpack will face a tough trip to one of the early-season Super League pacesetters Huddersfield Giants when they return to the Coral Challenge Cup next month.

The Canadian club did not feature in last season’s competition, but have returned in 2020 following their promotion to the Betfred Super League – on the basis they will play all their ties away from home.

Huddersfield are the only team with a 100% winning record even at this early stage of the Super League season after claiming away victories against Catalans Dragons, Salford Red Devils and Hull KR.

Widnes Vikings have been paired at home to Swinton Lions, while Leigh Centurions have a tough one at Super League outfit Hull KR.

Wakefield entertain Bradford Bulls, Sheffield Eagles are at home to Workington, Newcastle play the winners of Whitehaven and Dewsbury. The rest of the draw is Featherstone Rovers v Hunslet and York v Rochdale.

The ties will be played on March 14/15.

The eight winners will join the top eight from last season’s Super League – including Super League champions St Helens – in the Sixth Round in early April, with the quarter finals following in May, the semi finals again being played as a triple header also featuring the Coral Women’s Challenge Cup Final (on June 6), and this year’s Wembley Final on a new date of Saturday July 18.