Warrington makes the third defence of his title having been taken the distance in two challenging battles at his hometown fortress.
The 25-year-old, who defeated Joel Brunker and Hisashi Amagasa, now faces Irish fans’-favourite Hyland, who is back in action having challenged WBC king Gary Russell Jr for the world title in April.
And Warrington believes the challengers’ come-forward style will make for an entertaining bout.
“Amagasa and Brunker were tough nights but we got the wins,” said Warrington.
“Patrick has respect for me and I’ve got a lot of respect for him. He’s boxed for the world title earlier in the year so he’s been in with the very best and I know that this is a tough examination for me.
“I had to box clever in the last few fights, but I think this one will be toe-to-toe. Patrick doesn’t take a backwards step in his fights and I think that I’ll be able to show on July 30 that I can really dig and I think it’s going to be a great main event and one that I’ll shine in.
“This is a great show – it’s the best we’ve done so far in Leeds. The fans have put their hands in their pockets time and time again to come and see me and I think we’re delivering a brilliant card for them – the card oozes talent from top to bottom and it’s going to be a great night.”