Challenge Cup quarter-final draw: Holders Catalans will travel to face Hull FC

Media playback is not supported on this device

Watch all eight tries as Bradford Bulls stun Leeds Rhinos

Challenge Cup holders Catalans Dragons will face Super League rivals Hull FC in the quarter-finals.

There will definitely be a Championship club in the last four after Bradford and Halifax were drawn together.

The Bulls caused the shock of the round by beating Leeds Rhinos in their first competitive meeting since Bradford dropped out of the top flight in 2014.

Super League leaders St Helens will host Wakefield and Hull KR will take on eight-time winners Warrington.

The ties will be played during the weekend of 1-2 June. The draw was made by former Great Britain Lions players Jonathan Davies and Ellery Hanley live on BBC One.

Steve McNamara's Catalans side became the first team from outside the UK to win the competition last year and the Perpignan-based club thrashed League One Doncaster to easily progress through the sixth round.

Bradford's stunning win over Leeds means they will head into their tie with Halifax, who beat Dewsbury 34-6, as favourites at Odsal.

Challenge Cup quarter-final draw

St Helens v Wakefield

Bradford v Halifax

Hull KR v Warrington

Hull FC v Catalans Dragons

Top Stories