Sale Sharks and Salford Red Devils are to play each other in a clash of the codes game for charity.
It will literally be a game of two halves with the first half with one half played to Rugby Union rules and one half played according to Rugby League rules.
The match will be played at the A.J Bell Stadium home of Salford City Reds, on 26 August.
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Medical experts from Salford Royal hospital will be educating some of our top sportsmen. Following the recent heatwave, consultant dermatologists will be holding clinics with the Salford City Reds team teaching about reducing the risk of skin cancer.
There's an all North West showdown in the Tetley's Super League tonight as Salford take on St Helens.
Both clubs have struggled this season. Saints are only just inside the play-off places, while the City Reds are rock bottom of the table.
But they've brought in some extra troops to help them prepare.
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Salford's new owner Marwan Koukash is to change the club's name from the City Reds to the Red Devils next season.
The club were known as the Red Devils as far back as 1934 after the French dubbed them "Les Diables Rouges" and Koukash believes it is time to make it official.
"Warriors playing the Red Devils sounds so much better," the millionaire racehorse owner told the Manchester Evening News.
"It is a far stronger and appealing title and I am sure the fans will be excited by it.
"Our traditional red home kit next season will carry a bold distinctive Red Devils logo and be easily identifiable.
"I also want us to play in my racing colours of grey and gold away from home.
"This is all part of a major plan to rebrand the club, make a new start and make more people aware of who we are and for them to become involved."
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Brian Noble has today officially taken over the reigns at Super League club Salford.
The former Wigan coach was the number one target for the club's ambitious new owner Dr Marwan Koukash.
He has today appealed to the game's governing body to allow Salford to break the sport's salary cap next season in the interests of promoting Rugby League in Manchester.
Mike Hall talks to Salford's new boss and the owner.