Tony Smith has names his 21-man squad for Saturday’s Betfred Super League Round Four clash against Salford Red Devils.
After victory in their opening two games, Hull will be aiming to return to winning ways after defeat last time out against Catalans in the South of France.
Smith has made two changes to the side that was named in advance of the fixture at the Stade Gilbert Brutus, with Ben McNamara and Liam Sutcliffe both dropping out through injury.
The pair are replaced by Scott Taylor, who returns having served his one-match suspension, and young forward Will Gardiner who impressed for the Reserves against London last weekend.
Carlos Tuimavave, Jake Trueman, Connor Wynne, and Mitieli Vulikijapani are also unavailable through injury.
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Surprisingly, Salford Red Devils have only been able to name a 19-man squad with the likes of Joe Burgess and Sam Stone out.
🚨 Paul Rowley has named a 19-man squad to face @hullfcofficial on Saturday!
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