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2021 Super League Round 3 Preview and Tips

Hull FC vs Warrington Wolves

Venue: KCOM Stadium, Hull
Kick-off: Sunday 19th April, 15:00 BST

Head-to-Head

Last Five Results: Warrington 14-27 Hull FC (12/11/20), Warrington 37-12 Hull FC (04/09/20), Hull FC 4-38 Warrington (12/03/20), Warrington 22-14 Hull FC (27/07/19), Warrington 12-19 Hull FC (18/05/19).

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Preview

Unbeaten Hull FC host an improving Warrington Wolves side at the KCOM Stadium for their Round 3 clash.

Hull FC head coach Brett Hodgson will be without Ligi Sao and Manu Ma’u in their squad to take on Warrington Wolves as both are unavailable through injury. The former is set to return next week, while Ma’u is out for the longer term with a calf tear. Marc Sneyd has shaken off a dead leg sustained in their Round 2 win over Salford and looks set to make the 17-man squad.

Steve Price once again confirmed that legendary Australian centre Greg Inglis will not make his debut this weekend, while Matty Ashton will have to pass concussion protocol to make the 21-man squad. Gareth Widdop, Mike Cooper, and Jack Hughes are all set to come back into the team after missing the Wolves’ Challenge Cup win. Tom Lineham will make way following a three match ban for striking.

Prediction

to come.

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