The show – presented by Mark Chapman – will be aired at 2:05pm on Sunday on BBC One.
Here are the five to look forward to this time…
1973 | Featherstone v Bradford
In their third campaign under the legendary Peter Fox, Featherstone repeated the feat of six years earlier, beating Bradford Northern 33-14 to clinch their second Challenge Cup crown. Cyril Kellett’s eight goals for Rovers in the game is a record only matched by Iestyn Harris for Leeds Rhinos against London Broncos in the 1999 final.
Lance Todd Trophy Winner: Steve Nash
1987 | Halifax v St Helens
The fifth and latest of Halifax’s Challenge Cup triumphs came in ’87, when they narrowly defeated Saints 19-18 at Wembley. It marked a glorious half-decade for the club, as ‘Fax climbed out of the Second Division, won the First Division championship, reached a Premiership final before winning the Challenge Cup, and were only denied back-to-back Wembley wins by the new force in the sport – Wigan – a year later.
Lance Todd Trophy Winner: Graham Eadie
1998 | Sheffield Eagles v Wigan Warriors
Widely regarded as the greatest upset in Challenge Cup history, Sheffield shocked the watching world in 1998 when they turned over the mighty Wigan 17-8. The Warriors lost just two league games out of 23 on their way to winning the inaugural Super League Grand Final that year while Sheffield struggled in mid-table, winning just eight of their league games. Nevertheless, the Eagles, led by then scrum-half and now coach Mark Aston, produced a Wembley masterclass to win their one and only Challenge Cup title to date.
Lance Todd Trophy Winner: Mark Aston
2005 | Hull FC v Leeds Rhinos
Despite going into the game a very short-priced favourites with the bookmakers, Leeds fell to a gargantuan effort from…