CATCH THE ACTION FROM CATALANS

If you can’t make it to Perpignan this weekend make sure you tune in to the Super League Show on BBC1 at 1.05pm this Sunday to catch all the action.

If you can’t make it to Perpignan this weekend make sure you tune in to the Super League Show on BBC1 at 1.05pm this Sunday to catch all the action. Rather fittingly, in the North of England, the Super League Show will replace Allo Allo this Sunday in the advertised schedules so you can still get your fix of French excitement. However, if you live outside of the North regions you can still watch the Super League Show on the BBC Sport website in the Rugby League section. Harry Gration introduces action from the battle of the big guns: Bradford v Wigan. Bradford’s new look side, with second rowers David Solomona and Glenn Morrison a huge attacking threat, are sitting pretty at the top of the table. They face a Wigan side who, with former Bulls trio Brian Noble, Stuart Fielden and Michael Withers all returning to Odsal for the first time, will be looking to build on their last-gasp victory in France last week. Bradford’s new boy Glenn Morrison will be on hand to reflect on the match and how he’s settled into life in England. Meanwhile, St Helens lock horns with Brisbane Broncos for the right to be called "World Champions". With Saints looking for a repeat of their famous 20-18 victory in 2001, they will need a vast improvement on their performance against Wakefield last week. St Helens and Great Britain star Leon Pryce will give his thoughts on the high pressured clash. Plus a special feature on Salford’s Luke Dorn as he reflects on his move up North and hopes that his pressence will signal a new dawn at the Willows! There is also a special report from Huddersfield v Hull KR as Justin Morgan’s men claimed another giant scalp on their return to Super League.