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London Broncos vs Hull FC
The London Broncos welcome Hull FC to the capital for this round 7 match up in a fascinating game that both have lots of points to prove.
The Broncos go into this game on the back of their best performance of the season with a come from behind win at Leeds but now they need to back that up and claim back to back wins for the first time this season.
Hull FC on the other hand come into the match on the back of a disappointing loss against Wakefield and in a game most would expect them to win, they really have to show that they are team capable of beating sides such as London if they are to move on and push for the play-offs.
London have won 2 of their last 5 but those 2 wins came in their last 3 outings.
Hull FC have won 3 of their last 4 but they lost last time out against Wakey.
London Broncos make just the 1 change for this one with Morgan Smith is recalled for the injured James Cunningham.
The injury hit Black and Whites can add some power to their forwards with Mickey Paea returning from injury. Cameron Scott and Danny Washbrook also come in but Hull FC are without Joe Westerman and Mark Minichiello.
This is a hugely difficult match to predict as the Broncos have vastly over-performed this season whilst the Airlie Birds have under-performed.
A lot of the problems for Hull FC come from their lack of go forward and with some of their big names missing there, London will fancy their chances as that is the biggest problem for London, as they too have a small pack.
That, when coupled with the 4g pitch at London, should make for a high scoring and exciting game and that should play into the hands of London and that is why we are going to back the home side for the narrow win.
Score Prediction London Broncos by 4