The Sky Cameras are at the KCOM on Friday night where Warrington are the visitors.
The Wolves have recovered from a poor start to the season by winning their last 2 games, FC will be trying to avoid a 3rd Super League loss in a row.
Lee Radfords side are around 8/13 to get back to winning ways and you have to fancy them to do that as their injury list starts to clear up. Scott Taylor returns for this one to add power to the Airlie Birds pack.
For all Wire have won their last 2, one was a scrappy win over Widnes and last week they beat a jet lagged Wigan side.
All 3 sides who travelled to Australia lost last week, so you can’t read much into hull’s defeat at Castleford either. The black and whites will be looking to avoid a 3rd straight loss but did win their only home game so far this season against a Huddersfield side that went onto beat Warrington a week later.
It’s around 6/4 for an away win but I think the hosts will do just enough to pinch this by around 6-10 points.
Warrington get a 4 point start on the handicap and whilst the inclement weather should keep this tight Marc Sneyd’s kicking may just take Hull over that margin. You can also get Hull at around 11/10 on the Half Time Full Time.
Best value could probably be the 1st scoring play is a penalty, although the short odds of around 5/2 reflect the conditions. Both sides will surely look to take the chance to put points on the board.
Tom Lineham, back on familiar ground, would be my 1st try pick at 11/1 and it’s hard to look away from Sneyd at 6/1 for man of the match.
Chris Hill looks good value in Primrose and Blue at 20/1.
Widnes, in extreme weather, will surely stay inside a 16 point handicap in the nights other game. Whilst Wigan may just get home by around 6-10 points I think the Vikings can certainly keep inside a 3 score cap.
With good wins over Leeds and Catalans behind them the Vikings will have their takers at a massive 5/1 to win the game but better value could be them getting a 10 point start at 11/8.
Obviously either game could yet be victim of the weather, as last night’s game at Hull KR was , but let’s hope for some Rugby to watch.
As always please gamble responsibly.