Warrington Wolves vs Hull FC Super League Round 16 Preview


Injury riddled Hull head to the Halliwell Jones on Friday night as they look to build on their current Super League form looking to make it 3 wins in a row after their Magic Weekend victory over rivals Hull KR. Warrington will be looking to rebuild their win rate after losing their first game in over 2 months against Wigan, Steve Price's side brilliant run ended by a 38-10 demolition by the Warriors.

Hull took the win earlier this year in a 21-12 nail biter, FC kicking their way to victory after a succession of penalties within range of the Warrington posts, the Wolves will certainly be looking to right the wrongs of that bitterly cold March meeting.

Warrington make 3 injury driven changes to their squad, Bryson Goodwin, Mike Cooper and Sitaleki Akauola, are forced out of the squad and replaced by the returning Ben Pomeroy, Pat Moran and debutant Luis Johnson. Hull are forced into yet more changes through injury, Josh Griffin will be sidelined for roughly 3 months with a knee injury, Scott Taylor drops out, as well as pretty much their entire squad numbers 2-8, this now gives youngster, Jack Sanderson, his debut at senior level for FC.

Warrington Wolves: Ryan Atkins, Kevin Brown, Mitch Brown, Josh Charnley, Daryl Clark, Chris Hill, Jack Hughes, Luis Johnson, George King, Tom Lineham, Harvey Livett, Pat Moran, Ben Murdoch-Masila, Declan Patton, Joe Philbin, Ben Pomeroy, Stefan Ratchford, Tyrone Roberts, Ben Westwood.
Hull FC: Jamie Shaul, Danny Houghton, Dean Hadley, Mark Minichiello, Jake Connor, Chris Green, Danny Washbrook, Brad Fash, Sika Manu, Jez Litten,  Mickey Paea, Jack Logan, Jordan Lane, Hakim Miloudi, Masi Matongo, Cameron Scott, Jack Sanderson, Joe Westerman, Liam Harris.

I'm fully expecting a big game from both sides and it's set to be a great game, however, I just can't see Hull beating Warrington with their current crisis, the Wolves are a side that love to attack the wings and that's where Hull are at their most thinned right now, prediction of Warrington to take this by a margin of 13+.


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