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Hull FC v Wakefield Trinity Preview
Hull FC welcome Wakefield Trinity from West Yorkshire to East Yorkshire for this exciting looking match up.
The Black and Whites will be the favourites for this one but that is often when they come unstuck. Despite having a talented roster of players, a huge fanbase and a great stadium, the Airlie birds just haven’t been able to make the step up to a regular contender for titles and silverware.
If they are to bridge that gap, this is the type of game that they simply must win but they will know that Trinity have lots of quality themselves and whilst they are lacking in squad depth, which sees them struggle most seasons, they can on their day beat anybody.
Hull FC have made a decent start to the new season with 2 wins and 1 draw whilst Wakey have lost all of their matches in both the league and cup.
Hull FC make just the 1 change for this one with Ligi Sao returning to replace the suspended Jack Brown.
Wakefield do strengthen for this one with Max Jowitt, Liam Kay and Kelepi Tanginoa all returning to first team action whilst Sam Eseh could make his debut although Trin are without Jacob Miller.
The KCOM Stadium is home of this one and as one of the better stadiums in the country it is a fitting host.
Unfortunately their will be no fans in attendance for this one once again.
Hull FC v Wakefield Trinity 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.
Although we expect some improvements from Wakey with the return of a few big names, it is difficult to see anything other than a Hull FC win in this one and after a relatively close start, the home side should pull away to a comfortable win.
Score Prediction: Hull FC by 14