Challenge Cup holders Warrington Wolves will take on St Helens in the quarter-finals of this year's competition.

Warrington and Saints – who faced off in the 2019 final, which the Wolves won convincingly 18-4 – were two of six sides given byes to the last eight after the sixth round had to be redrawn.

This was due to Toronto Wolfpack, along with five sides outside of Super League, withdrawing from the tournament in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

Wigan Warriors await the winner of a sixth-round tie between Castleford Tigers and Hull FC, while the victor of Catalans Dragons and Wakefield Trinity will meet Salford Red Devils.

Leeds Rhinos will face Hull Kingston Rovers in the other quarter-final tie, with the games to be played on 19-20 September, while the sixth-round matches will take place in Huddersfield on August 22.

The Super League season will restart on August 2.