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Leeds v Hull FC: 21-man squads, injury update and TV details

Leeds and Hull FC have both announced their 21-man squads for Sunday night’s round seven clash at Emerald Headingley Stadium (KO 7:30pm).

The Rhinos snatched a much-needed win against Wakefield last Friday, with Luke Gale’s golden point penalty goal securing only their second victory of the season.

Richard Agar’s side also have the advantage of extra preparation, having had an extra three days’ rest on the Black and Whites.

FC are in the better form, though, with three league wins and two Challenge Cup scalps to their name despite a 27-10 loss to Catalans on Monday.

The game will be available to watch on Sky Sports Arena, with coverage starting at 7:00pm.

Leeds Rhinos

Leeds are handed a boost by the return of forward Zane Tetevano and utility back Richie Myler from suspension. They replace Kyle Eastmond, who announced his retirement earlier this week, and Corey Hall. Richard Agar is still without Alex Sutcliffe (knee), Cameron Smith (hamstring), Jack Walker (foot), Harry Newman (leg), Rob Lui (quad), Tom Holroyd (leg) and Callum McLelland (groin).

21-man squad: 2 Tom Briscoe, 4 Konrad Hurrell, 5 Ash Handley, 7 Luke Gale, 8 Mikolaj Oledzki, 9 Kruise Leeming, 10 Matt Prior, 11 Alex Mellor, 12 Rhyse Martin, 13 Zane Tetevano, 14 Brad Dwyer, 15 Liam Sutcliffe, 16 Richie Myler, 19 King Vuniyayawa, 20 Bodene Thompson, 22 Sam Walters, 24 Luke Briscoe, 25 James Donaldson, 26 Jarrod O’Connor, 27 Jack Broadbent, 31 Morgan Gannon.

Hull FC

Brett Hodgson make just one change, with Ben McNamara returning in place of Mitieli Vulikijapani, who has joined Bradford Bulls on a two-week loan. Adam Swift retains his place despite a hamstring concern, while Scott Taylor (foot), Josh Bowden (elbow), Masi Matongo (knee) and Jamie Shaul (ACL) remain unavailable.

21-man squad: 1 Jake Connor, 2 Bureta Faraimo, 3 Carlos Tuimavave, 4 Josh Griffin, 5 Mahe Fonua, 6 Josh Reynolds, 7 Marc Sneyd, 9 Danny Houghton, 10 Chris Satae, 11 Andre Savelio, 12 Manu Ma’u, 13 Ligi Sao, 14 Jordan Johnstone, 15 Joe Cator, 16 Jordan Lane, 17 Brad Fash, 19 Ben McNamara, 20 Jack Brown, 21 Adam Swift, 23 Connor Wynne, 24 Cameron Scott.

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