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St Helens v Hull FC Preview
St Helens welcome Hull FC from one end of the M62 to the other for a match up that has the potential to be amongst the best of the season as these 2 big spenders know that a win will be a huge boost for their season going forward.
Both the Red Vee of Saints and the Black and Whites of Hull go into every season expecting success but whilst St Helens have perfected producing constant displays, not just form one game to the next, so it is relatively straight forward to know what you will get form them but when it comes to the Airlie Birds, the opposite is probably the best way to describe them as they are one of the most inconsistent teams in the competition.
Whilst they may not have the same up and down changes in performance that some teams have, the difference between their absolute best and their worst has to be one of the biggest in the comp.
As the saying goes, when they are good, they are very good but when they are bad, they are very bad and that is what sets this up to be not just a fascinating game but one that the away side will be hoping to put in the sort of performance that they can build from, no matter what the result.
The Totally Wicked Stadium has been home of the Saints since the 2012 season and what a great home it has proved to be for St Helens.
Featuring a great mix of corporate sections as well as seating and standing areas, the ground helps to create a great atmosphere and gives the players the perfect setting to perform to their absolute best and give us 80 minutes of great rugby league action.
St Helens v Hull FC 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.