St. Helens vs Hull FC – League Stage – Preview & Prediction | 2023 Super League
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When is St. Helens vs Hull FC on and what time does it start? St. Helens vs Hull FC will take place on Friday 17th March, 2023 – 20:00 (UK)
Where is St. Helens vs Hull FC taking place? St. Helens vs Hull FC will take place at Totally Wicked Stadium in St. Helens, England
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What channel is St. Helens vs Hull FC on in the UK? St. Helens vs Hull FC will be televised live on Sky Sports
Where can I stream St. Helens vs Hull FC in the UK? Sky Sports subscribers can stream St. Helens vs Hull FC live on Sky Go
THE TEAM NEWS
- Reigning champions St. Helens were on the end of a huge upset as they were stunned by newly-promoted Leigh Leopards last week with Saints suffering a second loss in succession.
- They will be desperate to respond here and will be confident of doing so against a Hull FC side that they have dominated for a long period now while they are boosted by the return of Curtis Sironen from suspension.
21-man squad: Welsby, Makinson, Percival, Bennison, Lomax, Dodd, Walmsley, Roby, Lees, Knowles, Lussick, McCarthy-Scarsbrook, Sironen, Passi, Wingfield, Bell, Norman, Davies, Royle, Ritson, Bruines
Unavailable: Will Hopoate (Injured), Sione Mata’utia (Suspended), Konrad Hurrell (Suspended)
- Hull FC were on the end of an ugly loss to Salford Red Devils last week as they shipped 60 points in what has become an all too common theme over the last few years.
- The Black and Whites crumbled when pressured and will need to bury their demands if they are to come away with anything from this game but Tony Smith looks set to make few changes to his side with no additional injuries to report.
21-man squad: Hoy, Swift, McIntosh, Clifford, Sao, Houghton, Satae, Savelio, Lane, Fash, Lovodua, Cator, Evans, Scott, Brown, Griffin, Litten, Barron, Gardiner, Taylor, Dwyer
Unavailable: Carlos Tuimavave (Injured), Jake Trueman (Injured), Ben McNamara (Injured), Liam Sutcliffe (Injured)
St. Helens suffered an unthinkable loss as they were beaten by Leigh Leopards last week and a third defeat in-a-row would set alarm bells ringing at the Totally Wicked Stadium. Saints take on a Hull FC side that showed that they still have a long way to go if they are to rid themselves of several tags that have been placed on them in recent years. They were no match for Salford Red Devils last week who ran rampant and if the away side are not careful, another blowout could be on the cards here. Saints have won the past 14 encounters between the two teams in all competitions and that streak is likely to be extended here with the home side able to win by 13+ points.