Match Preview

Thursday 12th April 2018, 19:45
Super League - Round: 11
Scheduled for TV

Round: 11  Official: C Kendall  Venue: Halton Stadium

Scheduled for TV

Widnes Vikings

Widnes Vikings VS. Hull FC

Hull FC

19 Man Squad

Widnes Vikings 19 Man Squad Hull FC 19 Man Squad
Hanbury1Bowden
Runciman2 Connor
Mellor3 Downs
Gilmore4 Faraimo
Houston5 Green
Whitley6 Griffin
Dean7 Houghton
Olbison8 Kelly
Wilde9 Lane
Burke10 Litten
Leuluai11 Logan
Johnstone12 Matongo
Ince13 Paea
D. Walker14 Shaul
Chamberlain15 Sneyd
J. Chapelhow16 Talanoa
T. Chapelhow17 Taylor
Farnworth18 Tuimavave
Heremaia.19 Washbrook.

Stats over last 8 encounters

Widnes Vikings   Hull FC
146 TOTAL POINTS 234
1 TOTAL WINS 7
7 TOTAL LOSES 1
0 TOTAL DRAWS 0
26 TOTAL TRIES 41
21 TOTAL GOALS 33
0 TOTAL DROP GOALS 4

Head to Head

Last 8 Meetings
29th June 2018: Hull FC win 31-24 at KCOM Stadium
12th April 2018: Hull FC win 39-20 at Halton Stadium
7th May 2017: Hull FC win 33-22 at Select Security Stadium Halton
17th March 2017: Hull FC win 32-12 at KCOM Stadium, Hull
11th August 2016: Hull FC win 38-0 at Select Security Stadium Halton
3rd June 2016: Hull FC win 30-10 at Kingston Communications Stadium
10th March 2016: Widnes Vikings win 46-6 at Select Security Stadium Halton
4th June 2015: Hull FC win 25-12 at Select Security Stadium Halton

Widnes Vikings have called up 19-year-old forward Owen Farnworth for his second appearance in the absence of nine senior players through injury. Prop Jay Chapelhow is recalled after recovering from a broken thumb, along with brother Ted, Chris Dean, Tom Gilmore and Danny Walker.

Hull FC have winger Bureta Faraimo back from suspension but forward Brad Fash joins Sika Manu, Mark Minichiello and Dean Hadley on the sidelines after breaking his jaw in the defeat at St Helens.

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