Barrow Raiders will be travelling to the home of Super League leaders St Helens after the venue for their away tie against Leigh Centurions in the 1895 was switched.

Paul Crarey's side will now be heading to Saints' Langtree Park ground on Wednesday, June 26 instead of the Centurions' Leigh Sports Village home, which will be undergoing what the club describes as "essential annual pitch maintenance."

Leigh's pitch is in use throughout the year, as the stadium hosts the home matches for Manchester United's women's and under-21 teams.

The quarter final tie will kick-off at 7:30pm and falls in between Barrow's Betfred Championship fixtures against Featherstone Rovers and Toulouse.

Leigh owner Derek Beaumont said: "This year is the introduction of the AB Sundecks 1895 Cup and therefore we have encountered a situation that hasn’t previously been a problem.

This has presented us with the opportunity to further cement our partnership with St Helens who have kindly agreed to make their fantastic facility available to us for the fixture.

"I would like to thank Saints CEO Mike Rush for arranging this at relatively short notice and being so accommodating to our club and our coaching staff.

"St Helens have been fantastic to us this year with the players they have made available on loan and dual registration and the manner in which those players have bought into our Club has been there for all to see.

“Barrow put in a fantastic performance against Bradford particularly inspired in the second half by a superb performance by Jono Smith and there is no doubt they will fancy their own chances of walking out at Wembley."