Hull KR vs Huddersfield Giants Preview & Prediction | Super League 2022
When is Hull KR vs Huddersfield Giants on and what time does it start? Hull KR vs Huddersfield Giants will take place on Sunday 26th June, 2022 – 15:15 (UK)
Where is Hull KR vs Huddersfield Giants taking place? Hull KR vs Huddersfield Giants will take place at Sewell Group Craven Park in Hull, England
Where can I get tickets for Hull KR vs Huddersfield Giants? Visit this link for the latest ticket information for Hull KR vs Huddersfield Giants
What channel is Hull KR vs Huddersfield Giants on in the UK? Hull KR vs Huddersfield Giants will be televised live on Sky Sports
Where can I stream Hull KR vs Huddersfield Giants in the UK? Sky Sports subscribers can stream Hull KR vs Huddersfield Giants live on Sky Go
THE TEAM NEWS
- While Hull KR were unable to build on their win against Salford Red Devils by making it back-to-back successes, there was a lot to like about their performance in defeat to reigning champions and league leaders St. Helens last time out.
- Rovers pushed Saints all the way but it was a fifth loss in six matches in all competitions and they will be eager to improve on that record here against a top four team, although they must do so without Luis Johnson after he picked up a pectoral injury last time out.
21-man squad: 1 Lachlan Coote, 2 Ben Crooks, 4 Shaun Kenny-Dowall, 5 Ryan Hall, 8 Albert Vete, 9 Matt Parcell, 10 George King, 11 Dean Hadley, 13 Matty Storton, 14 Jez Litten, 16 Korbin Sims, 17 Elliot Minchella, 18 Jimmy Keinhorst, 19 Will Dagger, 20 Mikey Lewis, 21 Rowan Milnes, 22 Will Maher, 23 Ethan Ryan, 24 Sam Wood, 25 Greg Richards, 27 Frankie Halton
Unavailable: Kane Linnett, Jordan Abdull, Brad Takairangi, Tom Garratt, Luis Johnson
- Huddersfield Giants made it five Super League wins in succession thanks to earning a straightforward success against Leeds Rhinos in their latest encounter and they will be confident of solidifying their spot in the top four in this game with Hull KR.
- The Giants have produced two impressive performances in-a-row since their Challenge Cup final loss to Wigan Warriors but they will have to make an enforced change in the halves for this matchup with Jack Cogger out with a hip injury, although skipper Luke Yates is back from a ban.
21-man squad: 1 Will Pryce, 2 Jermaine McGillvary, 3 Jake Wardle, 4 Ricky Leutele, 5 Ashton Golding, 6 Tui Lolohea, 9 Danny Levi, 10 Michael Lawrence, 11 Josh Jones, 12 Chris McQueen, 13 Luke Yates, 14 Matty English, 15 Joe Greenwood, 17 Owen Trout, 18 Sebastine Ikahihifo, 20 Oliver Wilson, 21 Leroy Cudjoe, 23 Oliver Russell, 25 Innes Senior, 26 Nathan Mason, 29 Sam Hewitt
Unavailable: Theo Fages, Chris Hill, Adam O’Brien, Jack Cogger
Hull KR will have revenge on the agenda as they aim to rid themselves of any lingering demons from their Challenge Cup semi-final defeat to Huddersfield Giants. Rovers were woeful as the Giants comfortably dispatched them to end any hopes of bringing their long wait for a major trophy to an end. Rovers have struggled since that loss but have bounced back in their last few games, although it is just one league win in five for them after going down to St. Helens last time out. For the Giants, they have won their last five Super League contests and if they can avoid complacency against a Rovers side with a point to prove, the away side make great appeal to prevail as the underdog in this contest.