Two World Cup leaders will conduct two Coral Challenge Cup draws after the BBC’s televised quarter-final tie between Bulls and Halifax at Odsal on Sunday.

Jon Dutton, the chief executive of Rugby League World Cup 2021, will be joined by Lindsay Impett, the event director of Vitality Netball World Cup 2019, to combine the draw for the semi-finals of the Coral Challenge Cup with the draw for the quarter-finals of the Coral Women’s Challenge Cup – both to be shown live on the BBC.

While John Kear's Bulls will be aiming to be in the last-four draw, Kirsty Moroney and Beth Sutcliffe's Bradford are already in the hat for the women's quarter-finals after thrashing the RAF 56-0.

Amy Hardcastle led the way with five tries, while Bailey Alexander and Olivia Wood also touched down, with Stacey Greenwood and Savannah Andrade bagging braces.

Bulls will be ball number two in the draw, while Keighley Albion are number four.

Albion were just as dominant in their home win over Halifax as they triumphed 50-9.

Laura Akroyd led the way with a hat-trick, Emma Templeton bagged a brace, while Sarah Shillito, Saima Hussain, Lisa Pearson, Hollie Haigh and Sarah Runner Cartwright also touched down.

Coral Women’s Challenge Cup quarter finals draw numbers:

1 – Leeds Rhinos (holders), 2 - Bradford Bulls, 3 - Castleford Tigers, 4 - Keighley Albion,

5 - St Helens, 6 - Wakefield Trinity, 7 - Warrington Wolves, 8 - Wigan Warriors.