Have your say on RL issues on talkSPORT

Betfred Super League and talkSPORT revealed today (Wednesday) that this Saturday they will host its first-ever live fan phone-in show from 4.30 to 6pm after the Huddersfield Giants v Catalans Dragons game.

Wednesday, 31st March 2021, 10:00 am
talkSPORT will host its first-ever live fan phone-in show. Picture: SWPix

They want too hear the thoughts and opinions of as many fans as possible about the return of Betfred Super League, your club, new recruits, hopes for the season ahead and anything else Super League related.

The show, hosted by Mark Wilson, will feature special guests, including reaction from players and coaches.

Mose Masoe, who is being supported by a fund-raising effort this weekend, will also join the show to discuss his rehabilitation and thoughts on Super League.

England RL head coach, Shaun Wane, will be giving an update on his preparations of the Rugby League World Cup this autumn and the upcoming game against the Combined Nations All-Stars (June 25), as well as his thoughts on this season’s opening games and who might have impressed him.

Super League head of marketing, Rob Porteous said: “It’s great to further our partnership with talkSPORT and offer fans this extra opportunity to talk about all things Super League.

“The season’s got off to a great start so I'm sure fans will have plenty of opinions to share. We look forward to hearing some healthy debate from fans across the game.”

talkSPORT Head of Live Sport, Kathryn Anastasi said: “We are very excited to expand our Super League coverage with our first ever Super League phone-in this Saturday.

"We will be giving fans the opportunity to have their say on the weekend’s action and the start of the season, straight after the final whistle, live on the world’s biggest sports radio station.

talkSPORT2 broadcast live commentary of games in each round of the Betfred Super League and you can listen via DAB radio, via the talkSPORT app or on talkSPORT.com.

Wanting to phone into the show? Lines open at 4.30pm and callers can join the conversation by calling 08717 22 33 44.