A SPOT in the Championship play-offs is looking more than likely for Bulls, with the fixtures all to be broadcast on Sky Sports.

Sky have confirmed that the play-offs will begin on Saturday, September 25 and end with the Million Pound Game on Sunday, October 10, which suggests that the regular season will not be extended to fit any missed matches in.

The September 25 date will see third host sixth and fourth entertain fifth, with the winners of those two contests going through to visit the top two in a pair of sudden death semi-finals on October 2.

The teams that come out on top in those matches will contest the Million Pound Game eight days later.

At present, Bulls are fourth, so would host fifth-placed Batley in their September 25 elimination game, with Halifax entertaining London Broncos as it stands.

The League 1 play-offs, which Keighley Cougars are gunning for, will also be broadcast, with these games exclusively on the RFL's Our League platform.

Keighley are currently in sixth, the final play-off place, so would, as it stands, visit Rochdale in an elimination play-off on September 17 or 18.

If they won that, they would play the loser of the qualifying play-off, which is currently due to be contested between North Wales Crusaders and Doncaster, on September 24 or 25.

A victory in that game would see them into the preliminary final on October 2 or 3, before they'd potentially face the winner of the qualifying semi-final in the promotion play-off final on October 10 (TBC).