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Hull FC V Wakefield Trinity

Super 8s - Round: 6

KCOM Stadium, Hull

Thu 14th Sep 2017
KO: 20:00

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Squad List

Hull FC

Shaul

Fonua

Tuimavave

Griffin

Talanoa

Kelly

Sneyd

Taylor

Houghton

Watts

Minichiello

Ellis

Connor

Thompson

Washbrook

Michaels

Manu

Bowden

Fash

Wakefield Trinity

Grix

B Tupou

Jones-Bishop

Miller

Finn

England

Wood

Ashurst

Kirmond

Arona

Huby

Arundel

Fifita

Hirst

Caton-Brown

Annakin

Hasson

Randell

Williams

Previous Match Ups

Mon 02 Apr 18

Hull Win
27 - 26

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

Head to Head Statistics

Stats over the last 6 encounters

TRIES:

Hull FC 23
Wakefield Trinity 12

GOALS:

Hull FC 23
Wakefield Trinity 11

METRES:

Hull FC 6810
Wakefield Trinity 5620

CARRIES:

Hull FC 873
Wakefield Trinity 832

TACKLES:

Hull FC 1633
Wakefield Trinity 1646

OFFLOADS:

Hull FC 52
Wakefield Trinity 40

PENALTIES:

Hull FC 39
Wakefield Trinity 38

BREAKS:

Hull FC 30
Wakefield Trinity 16

Match Preview

Hull FC welcome back captain Gareth Ellis and winger Steve Michaels from suspension for what will be their last appearances at the KCOM Stadium, while prop forward Liam Watts is free to play after being told he faces no further punishment for his dismissal in the defeat by Wigan Warriors.

Wakefield Trinity recall hooker Kyle Wood in place of Hull second rower Dean Hadley, who has been given a one-match ban but in any case is unable to face his parent club as part of the loan agreement. They have a major injury doubt over centre Reece Lyne, with Mason Caton-Brown standing by to step in.

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