Hull FC v Wakefield: Predicted line-ups and late injury news

The Black and Whites come into the game on the back of the season’s first draw, with their game against Warrington last week finishing 14-14 after Golden Point.

It does mean, however, that they remain unbeaten following victories over Huddersfield and Salford in the league as well as Featherstone in the Challenge Cup. Trinity, meanwhile, are still in search of their first win, with defeats to Leeds, Wigan, St Helens and Catalans so far.

Brett Hodgson makes one change, with Ligi Sao returning from an ankle injury in place of Jack Brown. Trinity welcome back three senior players in Max Jowitt (concussion), Kelepi Tanginoa (suspension) and Liam Kay, as well as young forward Sam Eseh who is named in the 21 for the first time. Captain Jacob Miller drops out, as do Josh Wood, Ollie Greensmith and Dane Windrow. So, how will both sides line up?

Hull FC
1. Jake Connor
21. Adam Swift – 7
3. Carlos Tuimavave – 7
4. Josh Griffin – 7
2. Bureta Faraimo – 7
19. Ben McNamara – 6
7. Marc Sneyd – 6
8. Scott Taylor – 7
9. Danny Houghton – 7
10. Chris Satae – 7
11. Andre Savelio – 7
16. Jordan Lane – 8
13. Ligi Sao
15. Joe Cator
17. Brad Fash
22. Josh Bowden
24. Cameron Scott

Wakefield Trinity
1. Max Jowitt
18. Innes Senior
20. Joe Arundel
4. Reece Lyne
5. Liam Kay
29. Ryan Hampshire
7. Mason Lino
8. David Fifita
19. Jordy Crowther
10. Tinirau Arona
14. Jay Pitts
12. Kelepi Tanginoa
13. Joe Westerman
9. Kyle Wood
15. Eddie Battye
16. James Batchelor
17. Chris Green

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