Hull FC vs Wakefield Trinity 15/03/19 Preview & Prediction

Hull FC

Hull FC vs Wakefield Trinity
Date: Friday 15th March 2019
Kick Off: 19:45
Venue: KCOM Stadium (Hull)
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Hull FC: 1. Jamie Shaul 2. Bureta Faraimo 3. Carlos Tuimavave 4. Josh Griffin 6. Albert Kelly 7. Marc Sneyd 8. Scott Taylor 9. Danny Houghton 11. Dean Hadley 12. Mark Minichiello 13. Joe Westerman 16. Jordan Thompson 19. Masi Matongo 20. Brad Fash 21. Sika Manu 22. Jordan Lane 28. Jez Litten 33. Ratu Naulago 34. Gareth Ellis
Wakefield Trinity: 16. Tinirau Arona 18. Joe Arundel 11. Matty Ashurst 7. Danny Brough 26. Jordan Crowther 10. Anthony England 8. David Fifita 1. Ryan Hampshire 14. Justin Horo 2. Tom Johnstone 5. Ben Jones-Bishop 22. George King 12. Danny Kirmond 15. Craig Kopczak 4. Reece Lyne 6. Jacob Miller 24. Pauli Pauli 3. Bill Tupou 9. Kyle Wood

Hull FC vs Wakefield Trinity

Hull FC welcome Wakefield Trinity to the KCOM Stadium for this round 6 match up from the 2019 Rugby Super League season for a match that will have a huge say on the season for both teams.

On paper, both have strong sides and both are capable of beating anybody on their day but both sides have struggled for consistency in 2019.

Hull FC are looking like a team on the up however after back to back wins, following a Golden Point win, coming into this one whilst Wakefield will be hoping to put a poor loss against Hull KR last time out behind them.


Hull FC have played 5 and won 3, with all of those wins coming in their last 3 outings.

Wakefield have won 2 from 3 but they did impress in their last away game at Leeds.

Team News

Hull FC make 1 change to their squad with Mickey Paea dropping out through injury. Brad Fash replaces him.

Wakefield welcome back Matty Ashurst who is back from injury. He is joined in the 19 man squad by Jordan Crowther with Keegan Hirst and Joe Batchelor dropping out.


Both teams look evenly matched on paper and this is on of those games that could easily go either way, with the possibility of Golden Point high but with that said we are going to give the edge to the home side.

The KCOM is always a difficult place to go and in a match which will be decided by the fine margins, the fact that Hull FC come into the game full of confidence after back to back wins could prove massive.

Score Prediction Hull FC by 4

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