Warrington Wolves vs Hull FC Preview & Prediction | Super League 2022
When is Warrington Wolves vs Hull FC on and what time does it start? Warrington Wolves vs Hull FC will take place on Friday 24th June, 2022 – 20:00 (UK)
Where is Warrington Wolves vs Hull FC taking place? Warrington Wolves vs Hull FC will take place at Halliwell Jones Stadium in Warrington, England
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What channel is Warrington Wolves vs Hull FC on in the UK? Warrington Wolves vs Hull FC will be televised live on Sky Sports
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THE TEAM NEWS
- Warrington Wolves suffered yet another humiliating loss as they were beaten by Wakefield Trinity last time out with that defeat meaning they have now lost their last five games and they start this round of fixtures down in ninth spot.
- The Wolves are making some big moves to improve their squad for next season but there is still plenty of time to go in this current campaign, especially for the likes of James Harrison who could make his long-awaited debut for the club having recovered from an ACL injury.
21-man squad: 1 Stefan Ratchford, 3 Peter Mata’utia, 4 Toby King, 5 Matty Ashton, 6 Gareth Widdop, 7 George Williams, 8 Joe Philbin, 9 Daryl Clark, 10 Mike Cooper, 11 Ben Currie, 12 Oliver Holmes, 14 Jason Clark, 15 Joe Bullock, 16 Danny Walker, 17 Matt Davis, 19 Robbie Mulhern, 20 James Harrison, 22 Josh Thewlis, 23 Connor Wrench, 24 Ellis Longstaff, 33 Thomas Mikaele
Unavailable: Greg Minikin, Jack Hughes, Josh Charnley, Kyle Amor
Questionable: James Harrison
- Hull FC produced a woeful display in the south of France as they were downed by a Catalans Dragons outfit that didn’t need to get out of first gear with the Black and Whites suffering a second loss in-a-row.
- Hull looked bereft of attacking ideas once again owing to the absence of star man Jake Connor and they will need to make changes here with Josh Reynolds mutually departing the club this week while Carlos Tuimavave is out for the year after rupturing his Achilles.
21-man squad: 2 Adam Swift, 4 Josh Griffin, 5 Darnell McIntosh, 7 Luke Gale, 8 Ligi Sao, 9 Danny Houghton, 10 Tevita Satae, 12 Manu Ma’u, 13 Jordan Lane, 14 Joe Lovodua, 16 Kane Evans, 17 Brad Fash, 20 Jack Brown, 23 Connor Wynne, 24 Cameron Scott, 25 Mitieli Vulikijapani, 27 Jacob Hookem, 28 Aidan Burrell, 29 Jamie Shaul, 30 Scott Taylor, 34 Davy Litten
Unavailable: Joe Cator, Andre Savelio, Ben McNamara, Jake Connor, Carlos Tuimavave, Jordan Johnstone
It has been an underwhelming season to say the least for Warrington Wolves but they can still challenge for the top six. They have lost their last five after an extremely disappointing loss to Wakefield Trinity last time out but will firmly believe they can topple Hull FC in this contest. The away side have lost three of their last four and the manner of their latest defeat to Catalans Dragons was very worrying. The Black and Whites have relied on Jake Connor as their creative outlet all season and his absence was painfully obvious against the French side. Hull know they need to stay in top six contention until their fullback returns but they are likely to struggle until then and Warrington can take advantage of their issues to end their losing streak.