Wigan have confirmed their World Club Challenge with Sydney Roosters will be played on Saturday, February 22.
A funeral will be held today for St Helens rugby league star Steve Prescott.
Wigan Warriors beat Warrington Wolves 30-16 to clinch the Super League title at Old Trafford.
Four Rugby League teams from the North West are in action in the Super League tonight.
Wigan take on the Catalan Dragons, Widnes face Bradford.
But the biggest game of the weekend is at the Halliwell Jones Stadium as Warrington meet their neighbours St Helens.
Warrington's head coach Tony Smith and St Helen's head coach Nathan Brown spoke of their chances ahead of the game.
Salford City Reds' new owner says he was bitterly disappointed he failed in his bid to sign Wigan's Sam Tomkins.
Doctor Marwan Koukash believed his substantial offer would've been enough to secure the England full back.
He and former Wigan coach Graham Lowe, Salford's new Director of Rugby, spoke to ITV News today.
The future of Salford City Reds is expected to be confirmed today.
A press conference will be held later about the Super League club's ownership.
St Helens racehorse-owner Dr Marwan Koukash is expected to takeover at the club.
Over the next three days, ITV Granada will be hearing from the North West's top flight clubs, ahead of the start of the new Super League season.
Chris Hall begins with neighbours Warrington and Widnes, who ended last year on a bit of a low.
The Reebok Stadium in Bolton will stage a prizefighter event next month, and all the fighters on the bill are former rugby league players, including former St Helens captain Paul Sculthorpe.
Wigan legend Mick Cassidy will also be stepping into the ring along with former Super League stars including Keith Senior and Ian Sibbit.
Salford City Reds rugby league club is set for a revolution to save them from going bust.
The Reds are facing a winding up order over unpaid bills and have until January to find investment.
The club is planning a bailout worth £1.5m from Salford City Council and Peel Holdings, who jointly own their stadium.
It's part of a takeover by Salford supporters, which would see John Wilkinson step down from his long term role as chairman.
The plans will be put before council officials next week.