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Hull FC vs Salford Red Devils: Kick-off time, TV channel and predicted line-ups

Hull FC were humbled by St Helens last time out, but did show guts in the game having already beaten Wakefield in Round One. So, they’ll be hoping to build on the positives we’ve seen from them against Salford.

However, the Red Devils will be tough to beat after an outstanding start to the season with a pair of wins and some encouraging pieces of attack with Ken Sio really catching the eye.

But which side will claim the Round Three win and really get their season on the right track?

Kick-off time and TV channel

The game kicks off at the MKM Stadium at 15:00.

Unfortunately, the game won’t be shown live on TV. The tries will be available on the Super League YouTube channel whilst highlights will be shown on BBC’s Super League show.

Predicted Line-ups

Hull FC
The Black and Whites have lost skipper Luke Gale to suspension, but it could be as simple as one in and one out where the halves are concerned with Jake Connor returning from his own ban. He’ll likely come into the halves with Jamie Shaul sticking it out at fullback. Carlos Tuimavave is back too and will start at centre meaning that Cameron Scott could shift into the pack. Brett Hodgson does indeed have limited backrow options with Andre Savelio suspended and Manu Ma’u still out.

29 Jamie Shaul
5 Darnell McIntosh
3 Carlos Tuimavave
4 Josh Griffin
2 Adam Swift
6 Josh Reynolds
1 Jake Connor
8 Ligi Sao
9 Danny Houghton
17 Brad Fash
24 Cameron Scott
13 Jordan Lane
21 Jordan Johnstone
10 Chris Satae
14 Joe Lovodua
20 Jack Brown
23 Connor Wynne

Salford Red Devils
The Red Devils have been able to name an unchanged squad ahead of this fixture having easily beaten Toulouse last week. So, Paul Rowley could very well stick with the same side. It will be interesting to see whether he keeps Dan Sarginson on the bench or if he wants more size amongst the interchanges. Marc Sneyd could play against his former side for the first time since being replaced by Gale in the off-season.

1 Ryan Brierley
2 Ken Sio
4 Tim Lafai
28 Deon Cross
5 Joe Burgess
6 Brodie Croft
7 Marc Sneyd
15 King Vuniyayawa
9 Andy Ackers
10 Greg Burke
11 Shane Wright
12 James Greenwood
13 Elijah Taylor
8 Sitaleki Akauola
14 Danny Addy
23 Dan Sarginson
29 Alex Gerrard

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