Former Great Britain, England and Wigan winger Jason Robinson OBE will be the special guest at the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup fifth round draw on Tuesday, March 21 (from 7.45am).
Broadcast live on BBC 5 Live’s Breakfast Show, Robinson will be conducting the draw alongside show presenter, Rachel Burden.
Robinson started his career at Hunslet, who are in round four action at Halifax on Sunday, and went on to sign for Wigan Warriors in 1992 where he made over 300 appearances for the Cherry and Whites.
In 1993, he featured in his first Challenge Cup final against Widnes, who Wigan beat 20-14, and went on to lift the trophy again in 1995 after defeating Leeds 30-10 in front of 78,550 spectators at Wembley Stadium – this was also a game Robinson scored two tries and awarded the Lance Todd Trophy.
The draw, which sees Huddersfield Giants, Leeds Rhinos, Leigh Centurions and Salford Red Devils enter, will be broadcast exclusively live on BBC 5 Live and streamed on BBC 5 Live’s website and Facebook Page and on the BBC Sport website from 7.45am.
Tickets for the 2017 Ladbrokes Challenge Cup final at Wembley Stadium on Saturday, August 26 can be purchased by calling the Rugby League Ticket Office on 0844 856 1113 or by visiting www.rugby-league.com/tickets.
The full schedule of Ladbrokes Challenge Cup fourth round fixtures is as follows:
Friday, March 17
London Broncos v Toronto Wolfpack (8.00pm)
Dewsbury Rams v Newcastle Thunder (8.00pm)
Saturday, March 18
OLDHAM v Haydock (1.00pm, BBC Sport)
Toulouse Olympique XIII v Batley Bulldogs (2.30pm)
Swinton Lions v London Skolars (3.00pm)
Barrow Raiders v Keighley Cougars (6.30pm)
Sunday, March 19 (all kick off at 3.00pm unless stated)
Whitehaven v Oxford (2.00pm)
Hull Kingston Rovers v Sheffield Eagles
Bradford Bulls v Featherstone Rovers
University of Gloucestershire All Golds v Doncaster
York City Knights v Rochdale Hornets
Halifax v Hunslet
NOTE:- Bottom four clubs in the regular 2016 Super League season enter the competition at this stage. Due to Hull Kingston Rovers involvement in the fourth round after being relegated to the Championship, promoted club Leigh Centurions take their place in the fifth round draw.