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The "RTS Award winning" SUPER LEAGUE SHOW Date: Sunday, 3 June 2007 Time: 13.00 - 13.55 Channel: BBC1, replacing "Allo Allo" and "Keeping Up Appearances" in the North of England ...and viewable by UK users for the following week through website: http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/rugby_league/
Damian Johnson introduces action as four teams with serious play-off ambitions square up: Leeds v Warrington and Catalans v Bradford.
After suffering another heavy defeat last week, Warrington coach Paul Cullen admitted to feeling the pressure. But a win at Headingley would lift his side away from the relegation zone and help remove speculation that his job is under threat! Leeds, who fought off a resiliant Hull KR last weekend will be wary of the Wolves after being knocked out of last years play-offs by a late Lee Briers drop goal.
Warrington star Adrian Morley is on hand to look back on the match.
Elsewhere, Bradford travel to Catalans fresh from demolishing Harlequins 44-18. But with Catalans having put up stiff resistance at home this season it could be a close encounter.
St Helens stand-off Leon Pryce will be in the studio to give his thoughts on all the weekend's games.
* All the tries from St Helens v Salford with all eyes on who will be coaching the City Reds at Knowsley Road
* A profile on Ryan Hudson, the Huddersfield forward who has seen his career revitalised this season at the Galpharm. We catch up with him at his local gym where he's joined by his sister Lucy-Jo, the former Coronation Street star. The life of Ryan has been a bit of a soap opera itself over the last few years and he explains how he's bouncing back a new player.
* Plus a Try of the Month competition giving viewers the chance to win a hospitality package to any English Super League game of their choice.