Hull FC vs Leeds Rhinos Preview & Prediction | Super League 2022
When is Hull FC vs Leeds Rhinos on and what time does it start? Hull FC vs Leeds Rhinos will take place on Saturday 2nd July, 2022 – 15:00 (UK)
Where is Hull FC vs Leeds Rhinos taking place? Hull FC vs Leeds Rhinos will take place at MKM Stadium in Hull, England
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What channel is Hull FC vs Leeds Rhinos on in the UK? Hull FC vs Leeds Rhinos will not be televised live in the UK
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THE TEAM NEWS
- Hull FC were kept scoreless in a woeful affair with Warrington Wolves last week and the pressure is starting to mount on head coach Brett Hodgson after his side were defeated for the third game in succession.
- Injury issues are starting to mount for the Black and Whites with Luke Gale, Manu Ma’u and Adam Swift joining the list of unavailable players along with the suspended Mitieli Vulikijapani so a youthful squad has been named for this contest.
21-man squad: 4 Josh Griffin, 5 Darnell McIntosh, 8 Ligi Sao, 9 Danny Houghton, 10 Chris Satae, 13 Jordan Lane, 14 Joe Lovodua, 16 Kane Evans, 17 Brad Fash, 20 Jack Brown, 21 Jordan Johnstone, 23 Connor Wynne, 24 Cameron Scott, 27 Jacob Hookem, 29 Jamie Shaul, 30 Scott Taylor, 31 Charlie Severs, 32 Harvey Barron, 33 Denive Balmforth, 34 Davy Litten, 35 Matty Laidlaw
Unavailable: Joe Cator, Andre Savelio, Ben McNamara, Jake Connor, Carlos Tuimavave, Manu Ma’u, Adam Swift, Luke Gale, Mitieli Vulikijapani
Questionable: Jordan Johnstone
- Leeds Rhinos suffered a second loss in succession last week as St. Helens were able to outclass them and the Rhinos have further issues to deal with here after their discipline let them down in that contest.
- The Rhinos were shown two yellow cards as well as a red and have lost three players to suspension for this clash as a result of their ill-discipline but in better news, Jack Walker could make his return from injury.
21-man squad: 1 Jack Walker, 2 David Fusitu’a, 4 Liam Sutcliffe, 5 Ash Handley, 6 Blake Austin, 7 Aidan Sezer, 8 Mikolaj Oledzki, 9 Kruise Leeming, 10 Matt Prior, 11 James Bentley, 12 Rhyse Martin, 14 Brad Dwyer, 16 Richie Myler, 17 Cameron Smith, 21 Morgan Gannon, 22 Sam Walters, 24 Jarrod O’Connor, 25 James Donaldson, 28 Max Simpson, 32 Jack Sinfield, 33 Zak Hardaker
Unavailable: Tom Briscoe, Morgan Gannon, Muizz Mustapha, Tom Holroyd, Harry Newman, Zane Tetevano, Bodene Thompson
Questionable: Jack Walker
Hull FC are stuck in a rut with their attacking woes obvious once again as they failed to score a single point in their clash with Warrington Wolves last week. That is now three successive losses but they have all occurred on the road and a return to home soil could be just what they need to get back to winning ways. The Black and Whites have won their last six at the MKM Stadium and that home record could be pivotal here. Leeds Rhinos have also been poor in their last two contests and have struggled on both sides of the ball with their discipline being a major worry. This one could go either way with neither side making a convincing case to claim the two points but Hull’s home record gives them the edge here.