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Leeds Rhinos vs Hull FC: 21-man squads, injury news, kick-off time & TV details

Leeds Rhinos take on Hull FC at Headingley on Thursday night looking for their second win of the season, whilst Hull will be wanting to get back on the horse following a poor result at Castleford Tigers last weekend.

Leeds finally got their first win of the 2022 Super League campaign against Wakefield Trinity last Thursday night, scoring six tries and running in a 30-0 half-time score.

The Black and Whites, meanwhile, went down 33-26 to former head coach Lee Radford and the Tigers – their second loss in four games.

21-man squads

Leeds Rhinos

1 Jack Walker
2 David Fusitu’a
4 Liam Sutcliffe
5 Ash Handley
6 Blake Austin
7 Aidan Sezer
8 Mikolaj Oledzki
10 Matt Prior
12 Rhyse Martin
13 Zane Tetevan
14 Brad Dwyer
15 Alex Mellor
19 Bodene Thompson
20 Tom Briscoe
21 Morgan Gannon
23 Jack Broadbent
24 Jarrod O’Connor
25 James Donaldson
26 Corey Johnson
27 Muizz Mustapha
29 Liam Tindall

Hull FC

1 Jake Connor
2 Adam Swift
4 Josh Griffin
8 Ligi Sao
9 Danny Houghton
10 Chris Satae
11 Andre Savelio
14 Joe Lovodua
15 Joe Cator
16 Kane Evans
17 Brad Fash
19 Ben McNamara
20 Jack Brown
21 Jordan Johnstone
22 Josh Bowden
23 Connor Wynne
25 Mitieli Vulikijapani
28 Aidan Burrell
29 Jamie Shaul
31 Charlie Severs
32 Harvey Barron

Injury news

Harry Newman has lost his race against time to be fit following his withdrawal in last week’s fixture at Belle Vue, whilst Kruise Leeming and Cameron Smith are suspended. Brad Dwyer will likely start at hooker with Tom Briscoe expected to take Newman’s place. Hull will have to make do without the likes of Carlos Tuimavave and Jordan Lane, whilst Connor Wynne is included despite leaving the field in the loss to Castleford. Luke Gale is still suspended, whilst Josh Reynolds is not included.

Kick-off time

The game will kick off at 8pm on Thursday night.

TV details

The game will be broadcast live on Sky Sports Arena, with the program coming on at 7.15pm.

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