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Wigan Warriors vs Hull FC
The Wigan Warriors welcome Hull FC to the DW Stadium for this final round match up from the 2018 Rugby Super League Super 8s in a game where the Warriors will be looking to keep momentum and confidence high ahead of their semi-final play-off game next week at home to Cas.
For Hull FC, they simply will be wanting to come away from the DW Stadium without another humiliating heavy defeat after a shocking run of form has seen them end the season well outside of the play-off picture and in need of a win to avoid the wooden soon.
The Warriors come into the game in great form with 7 straight wins including wins in each of their last 4 at home.
Hull FC’s form has been the complete opposite as they have now lost each of their last 10 matches and each of their last 7 on the road.
Wigan make 2 changes with Callum Field and Craig Mullen coming in for Tommy Leuluai and Oliver Partington.
Hull FC also make 2 changes with Dean Hadley and Hakim Miloudi injured. They are replaced by Cameron Scott and Jack Downs.
With Wigan needed the win for their confidence ahead of next week’s tricky home semi-final against Cas, and with Hull FC been so devoid of confidence at the moment, we can only see a home win in this one and a comfortable one at that.
Score Prediction Wigan Warriors by 20