Head Coach: Neil Jukes
Squad: Jamie Acton, Lachlan Burr, Ben Crooks, Matty Dawson, Josh Drinkwater, James Green, Ryan Hampshire, Harrison Hansen, Micky Higham, Liam Hood, Sam Hopkins, Gregg McNally, Ben Reynolds, Martyn Ridyard, Glenn Stewart, Dave Thompson, Danny Tickle, Atelea Vea, Dayne Weston
Unavailable: Gareth Hock (Leg), James Clare (Knee), Eloi Pelissier, Adam Higson, Mitch Brown, Tom Armstrong, Cory Paterson, Willie Tonga, Curtis Naughton, Antoni Maria
Head Coach: Lee Radford
Squad: Connor Bower, Jake Connor, Jack Downs, Brad Fash, Mahe Fonua, Albert Kelly, Jez Litten, Sika Manu, Masi Matongo, Steve Michaels, Mark Minichiello, Jamie Shaul, Marc Sneyd, Scott Taylor, Jordan Thompson, Carlos Tuimavave, Jansin Turgut, Danny Washbrook, Liam Watts
Unavailable: Danny Houghton (Calf), Dean Hadley (Hip), Gareth Ellis, Fetuli Talanoa, Josh Griffin, Chris Green, Josh Bowden
Analysis - what to expect
These two sides are both struggling for form, but the absentees and the manner of Hull's last two defeats will be more of a concern for them. Leigh have lost their last four matches but they competed well against Salford and will raise their game at home where they will be well-supported on Easter Monday. Hull's defensive play has been woeful of late and if they do not improve that area of their game, the playmaking of the likes of Albert Kelly will be worthless. A tough match to call but the marginal preference goes to the hosts.