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Warrington Wolves v Hull FC Preview
The Warrington Wolves take on Hull FC in a game that has all of the potential to be one of the games of the season due to the quality on show.
Unfortunately for away fans and neutrals alike, the black and white side of Hull are amongst the most frustrating teams in the competition as they often fall short of their true potential but they head across the M62 knowing that if they do turn up, they can match anybody including the star studded Warrington Wolves.
Warrington go into every season expecting success and if they are to complete that task, they need to be winning games such as this whilst the Airlie Birds want to make the move into the top 4 and to challenge the likes of Warrington and again, if they are to do that, they have to take on and defeat the likes of Warrington and that is what makes this game so important for both teams and what sets it up to be hopefully a great game.
The Halliwell Jones Stadium is home of the Wolves and host of this game and what a great venue it is for a match such as this.
When full, as it likely will be for when Hull FC are in town, the ground is one of the most atmospheric stadiums in world rugby and that will be a huge boost for the players and should see them give us a great 80 minutes of rugby league football.
The stadium is one of the most modern in the competition and offers a great mix of corporate facilities as well as seating and standing areas to make for almost a perfect medium sized rugby specific stadium.
Warrington Wolves 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.