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

Wakefield Trinity go head-to-head with Hull FC at Belle Vue this Sunday afternoon with a number of debutants expected for both sides.

Wakefield ended the season under interim head coach Willie Poching in tremendous fashion, winning five of their last seven games whilst Hull couldn’t have ended any badly under Brett Hodgson with just one win from their final ten games.

That prompted a change in personnel in the Hull squad with the likes of Luke Gale, Kane Evans, Darnell McIntosh and Joe Lovodua coming in whilst those such as Marc Sneyd and Bureta Faraimo headed for the exit.

Triniy, meanwhile, have brought in Tom Lineham, Lee Gaskell, Liam Hood, Corey Hall and Thomas Minns with all five expected to feature for Poching on Sunday.

Wakefield Trinity 21-man squad

1 Max Jowitt
2 Tom Johnstone
4 Reece Lyne
5 Tom Lineham
6 Jacob Miller
7 Mason Lino
8 Eddie Battye
9 Liam Hood
10 Tinirau Arona
11 Matty Ashurst
12 Kelepi Tanginoa
13 Jay Pitts
14 Jordy Crowther
16 James Batchelor
17 Lee Gaskell
19 Liam Kay
21 Brad Walker
22 Yusuf Aydin
30 Corey Hall
31 Thomas Minns
35 David Fifita

Hull FC 21-man squad

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

Injury latest

Hull FC currently have the likes of Kane Evans and Scott Taylor sidelined, but Jake Connor could miraculously play after breaking his hands. Wakefield Trinity have no new injury concerns with Bill Tupou a long-term absentee.

TV details

This match isn’t televised so the only way to watch the game will be to visit Belle Vue on Sunday afternoon, 3pm kick off.

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