Toulouse Olympique vs Hull FC: Kick-off time, TV channel and predicted line-ups

Struggling Hull FC face a trip to France this week as they take on Toulouse.

No longer at the bottom of the league, Toulouse’s winning run finally came to an end against Salford last week, but formidable at home they could cause a struggling Hull side plenty of problems.

Hull are low on confidence and low on troops desperate for a win to rekindle their season. But will it come in France?

Kick-off time and TV channel

The game kicks off at 19:00 UK time.

There is no live TV coverage but BBC will show highlights from the game on the Super League Show.

Predicted Line-ups

Toulouse Olympique
Toulouse have lost perhaps their most important player in Daniel Alvaro so Harrison Hansen will subsequently start at prop with Anthony Marion’s return coming on the bench. Latrell Schaumkel will be replaced on the wing by Paul Macron but other than that Toulouse will continue to keep things settled after finding a winning formula recently.

27 Olly Ashall-Bott
5 Paul Macron
4 Mathieu Jussaume
21 Chris Hankinson
25 Matthew Russell
6 Corey Norman
31 Tony Gigot
10 Harrison Hansen
28 Nathan Peats
8 Romain Navarrete
16 Joe Bretherton
12 Dominique Peyroux
17 Joseph Paulo
7 Lucas Albert
29 Lambert Belmas
13 Anthony Marion
23 Justin Sangare

Hull FC
Once again, this is going to be a difficult team for Brett Hodgson to pick with so many players missing. It’s also difficult as he has three good options at fullback and with so many players out all three will have to play meaning two will have to figure elsewhere. Jack Walker is almost exclusively a one, so he may start at the back with Will Smith’s ability to play in the halves seeing him debut alongside Luke Gale at six with Jake Connor’s past at centre possibly seeing him start there but it may be a case of him acting like a second fullback despite being named there as has been the case in Australia at times especially in State of Origin with players like Tom Trbojevic. Thus, this may work in Hull’s favour especially with Connor Wynne banned leaving a gap in the role.

36 Jack Walker
5 Darnell McIntosh
1 Jake Connor
35 Miteli Vulikijapani
37 Josh Simm
40 Will Smith
7 Luke Gale
30 Scott Taylor
9 Danny Houghton
16 Kane Evans
13 Jordan Lane
14 Joe Lovodua
17 Brad Fash
20 Jack Brown
21 Jordan Johnstone
38 Ellis Longstaff
27 Jacob Hookem

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