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Warrington Wolves v Hull FC
The Warrington Wolves take on Hull FC at the University of Bolton Stadium in this Challenge Cup semi-final and the great news not only for fans of both teams but for rugby fans in general is that you can watch all of the action live on BCC 1.
Warrington are still fighting for the league and cup double but there form has dropped away as of late which means that the cup could arguably be their best chance of silverware but they know that they face a huge challenge in this round as they take on a Hull FC side that on their day are a challenge for anybody.
Hull FC are a team full of quality but one that are unpredictable from one match to the next but you have to expect them to be fully motivated and fully focussed on a match as bug as the Challenge Cup semi-final.
Warrington will be glad to have a break from the league as there form has dropped alarmingly over the last couple of months. The Wire have won just 2 of their last 6 matches.
Hull FC are in strong form with 4 wins from their last 6 matches.
Both teams name settled squads with Warrington welcoming back Ben Murdoch-Masila whilst Dean Hadley makes way for Albert Kelly for Hull FC.
This is an incredibly difficult match to predict as both teams can be amongst the best on their day whilst both have shown more than 1 off day this season.
In a match of the magnitude of the Challenge Cup semi-final, you have to expect both to be at their best on that should play into the hands of the Wolves as with both at their best, they simply have the better quality.
Blake Austin is the stand out player and in this big match atmosphere, he will likely step up and take control, but if Hull FC can get their own playmaker son the ball more, they have the firepower to damage Wolves in what will likely be an entertaining game from start to finish.
Score Prediction Warrington Wolves by 10