Catalans Dragons vs Hull FC Super League Round 13 Preview

Bottom of the league Catalans welcome Hull FC to the South of France as they seek their first win since the 2nd of March, Hull however are unbeaten in their last two games and look to makes this their third successive win in a row.

Hull recorded their first big victory of the 2018 campaign when they put 42 points over the Dragons in a 42-16 win at the KCOM just 6 rounds ago, this now means Hull have won 4 of the last 6 meetings between these two sides, only 1 of Catalans victories over Hull came at the Stade Gilbert Brutus but half of the Catalans' losses came at home.

Catalans make 4 changes to their squadm Josh Drinkwater is now registered and ready to play, Louis Anderson, Brayden Wiliame and Remi Casty all return to the squad too, they replace; Fouad Yaha, Paul Aiton, Thibaud Margalet and Lucas Albert.Hull make just two changes to the side that beat Leeds back in round 12, Hakim Miloudi and Danny Washbrook come in for Jez Litten and Chris Green.

Catalans Dragons: David Mead, Jodie Broughton, Brayden Wiliame, Samisoni Langi, Rémi Casty, Sam Moa, Louis Anderson, Benjamin Garcia, Greg Bird, Julian Bousquet, Mickael Simon, Vincent Duport, Jason Baitieri, Michael McIlorum, Lewis Tienrey, Benjamin Jullien, Antoni Maria, Tony Gigot, Josh Drinkwater

Hull FC: Jamie Shaul, Bureta Faraimo, Carlos Tuimavave, Josh Griffin, Fetuli Talanoa, Albert Kelly, Marc Sneyd, Scott Taylor, Danny Houghton, Dean Hadley, Mark Minichiello, Josh Bowden, Jake Connor, Danny Washbrook, Sika Manu, Mickey Paea, Jordan Lane, Hakim Miloudi, Masi Matongo.

No prizes for guessing who I back for this one, Hull have by far the stronger side and a terrific record against the Dragons, I don't believe the loan signing of 1 player will be enough to turn their fortunes so I'm backing Hull to win this by 13+.



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