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Wigan Warriors v Hull FC Preview
The Wigan Warriors take on Hull FC in what is always one of the standout matches in the Super League as these 2 sides have 2 of the best squads in the competition.
Both clubs have expectations of success and to be at least challenging for titles and silverware and the best way to do that is to take on and defeat one of your rivals.
In this knock out game both teams will give it there all and that sets this up to be a must watch game and one that should live p to the hype of a play-off semi-final.
Wigan name captain Sean O’Loughlin in their squad with the former England captain set to make his final home appearance for Wigan and potentially his last ever game after announcing his retirement this week.
Hull FC make just the 1 change from last week with Jack Brown replacing Josh Jones.
The DW Stadium, the home of the Wigan Warriors, is one of the best stadiums in the competition and has of course hosted many international rugby league games.
With no fans in attendance once more, this will not be the usual semi-final play-off game but the players have shown time and time again that they will give 100% during these tough times.
Wigan Warriors 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.
This is an incredibly tough match to predict, as any play-off semi-final should be and with both teams in great form, we should be set for a classic.
Hull FC have come from nowhere to been a team that many are picking for the title whilst Wigan are a team that everyone expects to be challenging so you have to say that all of the pressure is on the hosts and that should allow Hull FC to play with more freedom.
If Hull can get the inform Jake Connor into the game, they could match the threat of Bevan French in what could be a battle of the mercurial utility backs.
In what has been a year of the unexpected, we are going to back Hull FC to pull off a shock win in this one but you can never rule out a Wigan win in a game such as this.
Score Prediction Hull FC by 6