Wakefield Trinity V Hull FC

Super League - Round: 1

The Beaumont Legal Stadium

Sun 12th Feb 2017
KO: 15:00

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Squad List

Wakefield Trinity

Grix

Johnstone

B Tupou

Lyne

Jones-Bishop

Miller

Finn

England

Wood

Ashurst

Kirmond

Sio

Williams

Fifita

Arona

Huby

Crowther

Walker

Annakin

Hull FC

Shaul

Fonua

Tuimavave

Griffin

Talanoa

Kelly

Sneyd

Taylor

Houghton

Watts

Minichiello

Ellis

Connor

Green

Thompson

Washbrook

Michaels

Manu

Turgut

Previous Match Ups

Thu 14 Sep 17

Hull Win
19 - 18

Fri 23 Jun 17

Hull Win
40 - 18

Sun 12 Feb 17

Hull Win
8 - 12

Thu 15 Sep 16

Hull Win
12 - 18

Sun 24 Apr 16

Hull Win
28 - 46

Fri 18 Mar 16

Hull Win
22 - 4

Head to Head Statistics

Stats over the last 6 encounters

TRIES:

Wakefield Trinity 15
Hull FC 26

GOALS:

Wakefield Trinity 14
Hull FC 26

METRES:

Wakefield Trinity 7044
Hull FC 8229

CARRIES:

Wakefield Trinity 1010
Hull FC 1043

TACKLES:

Wakefield Trinity 2002
Hull FC 1965

OFFLOADS:

Wakefield Trinity 52
Hull FC 61

PENALTIES:

Wakefield Trinity 42
Hull FC 44

BREAKS:

Wakefield Trinity 23
Hull FC 33

Match Preview

Wakefield Trinity include four of their new signings; Scott Grix, Craig Huby, Sam Williams and Kyle Wood, in coach Chris Chester's squad but Mitch Allgood is ruled out with concussion and Keegan Hirst and Mason Caton-Brown must also wait to make their debuts. Front rower Chris Annakin makes a return from a three-month injury lay-off.

Albert Kelly, Josh Griffin and Jake Connor are all set to make their debuts for Hull FC, who have also included Jansin Turgut after impressing in pre-season. Forwards Josh Bowden and Dean Hadley are ruled out through injury but captain Gareth Ellis is set to play despite missing all the trial games.

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