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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.
The DW Stadium, the home of the Wigan Warriors, is one of the best stadiums in the coemption and has of course hosted many international rugby league games but for smaller matches it can often be difficult to create an atmosphere.
Thankfully that will not be the case for this one as not only are both teams amongst the best supported but it is all set to be a high quality game due to the quality on both sides of the field.
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.
Score Prediction Coming Soon
These 2 giants of the sport in the United Kingdom have long histories, full of success and big matches but surprisingly, there have only been a few big matches between the 2 sides.
One such occasion came in the 1958-59 season when the 2 sides met in the Challenge Cup final at Wembley Stadium where it was Wigan who headed back up north from London with the trophy after a comfortable 30 points to 13 win.
It wasn’t until the 1984-85 season when the 2 met in the Wembley showpiece once again when the match was a much tighter affair but it was Wigan who came out on top once again by a score of 28 points to 24.
The next final between the 2 sides came at the new Wembley Stadium in the 2017 season when the 2 sides were involved in a great battle that aw Hull FC prevail and take the trophy back to Yorkshire after a 18 points to 14 victory.