Wigan Warriors vs Hull FC Super 8's Round 7 Preview

Hull make a visit to the DW stadium hoping to avoid their 11th consecutive defeat against a Wigan team still undefeated in the super 8’s.( kick off Friday 19.45).

All indicators would suggest a comfortable win for wigan against a Hull team who have staggered along with a injury or apathy or a bit of both.

Callum Field and full back Craig Mullen step into the nineteen in place of Oliver Partington and Tommy Leuluai.

For the visitors Dean Hadley and Hakim Miloudi make way due to injury and Cameron Scott and Jack Downs step in.

Scott especially is a centre with real talent as well as a strong defensive game and hull fans will be looking to see him develop further next year.

With a surprise loss against Catalan last week coach lee Radford will be looking for the future and besides young Scott there is much to anticipate in Lewis Biernek the man mountain from London Broncos.

Wigan have a lot of players firing on all cylinders and it’s difficult to see a defeat. With John Bateman, Ben Flower, Tony Clubb , George Williams and Sam Tomkins all playing well watch out as well for Dom Manfredi returning to his quality best

I’m taking Wigan by 24-28 points with Hull CEO threatening major changes for next year . Brian McDermott as the new coach perhaps

Wigan (from): Bateman, Clubb, Davies, Escare, Field, Flower, Gildart, Greenwood, Hamlin, Manfredi, Mullen, Navarrete, Powell, Sarginson, Sutton, Tautai, Tomkins, Williams, Woods.

Hull FC (from): Shaul, Faraimo, Tuimavave, Griffin, Talanoa, Taylor, Houghton, Connor, Abdull, Washbrook, Fash, Litten, Paea, Lane, Downs, Matongo, Scott, Harris, Bienek.


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