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Hull FC v Warrington Wolves Preview
Hull FC welcome the Warrington Wolves from one end of the M62 to the other for what should be an exciting match up between two of the biggest clubs in the competition.
With international and quality across the park and with one of the best setting for a match in the northern hemisphere, Hull Fc v Warrington is always one of the most eagerly awaited matches in the Super League.
No matter if you are a fan of the home side, a fan of the away side or a just a fan of Rugby League this is one of those matches that not only intrigues but excites and a lot of that is because it is a match that is hugely difficult to predict the outcome of.
Both teams can beat anybody on their day and both teams have the capability to switch off and not turn off which adds an element of the unknown to the match but with so much ability in both lines ups, it is perhaps best to focus on who will step up and claim the win rather than which side will struggle and perhaps lose the game.
Both teams come into the match on the back of narrow wins with Hull FC defeating Wakefield by a single point in extra time and Warrington defeating Castleford by 2 points.
Both teams have won 3 and lost 3 matches this season.
Despite an on-going police investigation, Warrington name Anthony Gelling in their squad.
Hull FC are without Ligi Sao due to suspension and Manu Ma’u due to injury.
The KCOM Stadium plays host to this one and what a ground it is. With all you would expect from a modern stadium, the ground is popular with home fans and away fans.
The ground is one of the largest in the Super League and that can cause issues for smaller games as the atmosphere can get lost but when it comes to big matches, such as this one and teams with big following, such as the Wolves, the ground comes to life and that gives these 2 quality teams the best setting to perform and to gives us 80 minutes of exciting rugby league football.
Hull FC v Warrington Wolves 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.
This is a hugely difficult match to predict as both teams are just so unpredictable.
On paper both have everything you could want to go into a game needing a win including skilful halfbacks, big forwards and fast backs but both have a number of players not performing to their best.
With that said, when the going gets tough the Wolves have more players who get into the grind whilst Hull FC have a number of players who fall away so we are going to back the hosts for the win but we really wouldn’t be surprise by either result in this one, with extra time a distinct possibility.
Score Prediction Warrington Wolves by 6