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Hull FC v Leigh Centurions Preview
Hull FC welcome the Leigh Centurions across the M62 for a game that the home side will be expecting to win but that the away side will know that a shock win is always a possibility.
The big spending Hull FC are a club that expect success but who come up short far too often. If they are to enjoy a run for titles and trophies this season, these are the type of matches that they will not only be targeting for the win but for a comfortable win.
That is also the type of game when the host shave come unstuck in recent times so this will be a fascinating game for the hosts against an away team who will have no expectations and who will be able to play with freedom.
The MKM Stadium is one of the leading stadiums in the competition and offers a great atmosphere no matter who is in town.
The players will have all that they need to produce there best with the modern all seater stadium creating the big game atmosphere whenever rugby is played.
Hull FC v Leigh Centurions Prediction
Here at RLBet, we give out predict for who we think will win and also what we think the winning margin will be but don’t forget that the unpredictable nature of the Super League, this should only be seen as our view.
Despite these 2 clubs been amongst the most historic in the sport, there haven’t been as many major match ups between the 2 sides as you would expect.
One time a match between the 2 sides did grab national attention came in the 1981-82 season when the 2 sides met in the final of the Rugby Football League Championship First Division decider to declare the national champions.
On that occasion it was Leigh who ran out the victors and became champions of England.