BULLS and Cougars will find out how their league seasons look in less than 48 hours.

The RFL have announced that the Championship and League 1 fixtures will be released at 4pm on Sunday.

The pair play each other in a friendly on March 13 at the Tetley's Stadium, Bulls' temporary home in Dewsbury, before the Challenge Cup gets the competitive season underway over the following two weekends.

Bradford visit Featherstone in round one, while Keighley face a long trip down to London.

If Bulls get through, they will host Halifax or Batley, while Cougars' reward for a shock win in the capital would be a home tie against Sheffield or York.

The week after that potential second round clash, Bradford will be getting their Championship season underway.

But Keighley have a much longer wait, with their League 1 campaign not due to begin until early May.

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic and clubs having to play behind closed doors, the fixtures and kick-off times will be staggered, certainly in the case of the Championship at least.