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John Drake

08/02/13 - Hull FC v Bradford Bulls - KO 8pm

Who will win?   16 members have voted

  1. 1. Who will win?

    • Hull FC
      5
    • Bradford Bulls
      10
    • Draw
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Tough one, but I've gotta back the lads. I was surprised at both teams performances last week, so fingers crossed.

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... same Bradford 19 as last week.

Jamie Foster, Elliot Kear, Matty Blythe, Keith Lulia, Michael Platt, Brett Kearney, Jarrod Sammut, Nick Scruton, Matt Diskin, Manase Manuokafoa, Tom Olbison, Elliott Whitehead, Chev Walker, Heath L'Estrange, Danny Addy, Adam Sidlow, Jamie Langley, James Donaldson, Jobe Murphy.

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Hull FC squad: Jor Arundel, Tom Briscoe, Jason Crookes, Ben Crooks, Ben Galea, Chris Green, Aaron Heremaia, Daniel Holdsworth, Richard Horne, Danny Houghton, Paul Johnson, Andy Lynch, Shannon McDonnell, Mark O'Meley, Jay Pitts, Brett Seymour, Joe Westerman, Richard Whiting, Kirk Yeaman.

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If both teams play as they did last week, Bradford by ten.

I will, however, be delighted if Bradford can maintain their level of performance. I suspect that Gentle won't allow Hull to maintain theirs.

So Hull by six.

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Hull by 18. We'll run them close, and we'll fall away in the last quarter I think. Plus first match at home, Hull will be fired up.

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Hull by 18. We'll run them close, and we'll fall away in the last quarter I think. Plus first match at home, Hull will be fired up.

We cannot play as badly as we did last week, you will know within the first 10 mins if Hull are up for it.

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home advantage will see hull win by 6

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Hull players didn't look honed to fitness on last Friday. I can't see them turning that round in a week.

I reckon the Bulls by 12

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We cannot play as badly as we did last week, you will know within the first 10 mins if Hull are up for it.

Hull looked up for it in the first 10 mins last week IMO.

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Gawd knows.

Looking forward to seeing how Jamie Foster fares against us, is he opposite Jason Crooks?, could be interesting.

Think this will be close and, sadly for me, Bulls will sneak it by 6-8.

Gentle under pressure afterwards.

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didn't jamie ellis go to castleford???????

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Gawd knows.

Looking forward to seeing how Jamie Ellis fares against us, is he opposite Jason Crooks?, could be interesting.

Think this will be close and, sadly for me, Bulls will sneak it by 6-8.

Gentle under pressure afterwards.

i) Jamie Ellis is at Castleford,

ii) Jamie Foster will probably feature at full-back

:P Like shooting cods in a barrell.

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Hull by 20 like an other poster said we can't play as badly as last week, start well and bulls will fade. 1st try crookes MOM houghton

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Hull can't be the same as last week and will be really fired up so, as I expect us to ready to rock n roll too, it should be a cracker.

Hope for a Bulls' win but who would dare forecast?

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Nip and tuck. Bulls by a score - superior fitness to tell. MOM Andy Lynch.

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[Grumpy mode]My God, I make a slight error, correct it within a minute, and two gits are on my case in an instant.

Haven't you two got summat better to do?[/Grumpy mode]

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While the Bulls certainly looked one of the fitter teams on the opening weekend, it's worth remembering Hull have had 2 days more rest.

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[Grumpy mode]My God, I make a slight error, correct it within a minute, and two gits are on my case in an instant.

Haven't you two got summat better to do?[/Grumpy mode]

:D Nope. You snooze, you lose. Much like Friday I hope.

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Bulls soldout of there adult allocation for Friday what a turn around from 6 months ago and I mean that in a positve way.

I think we will just win but going to be close Im hoping the home crowd get behind the team from the kick off.

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Bulls soldout of there adult allocation for Friday what a turn around from 6 months ago and I mean that in a positve way.

I think we will just win but going to be close Im hoping the home crowd get behind the team from the kick off.

I did not know that, great stuff.

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I did not know that, great stuff.

Just announced on twitter by Bulls media, building up the game nicely.

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