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17/05/13 - Warrington Wolves v Hull FC - KO 8pm (Sky Sports)

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  1. 1. Who will win?

    • Warrington Wolves
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    • Hull FC
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    • Draw
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Discuss Warrington Wolves v Hull FC here.

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Referee: R Silverwood

Touch Judge: J Child

Touch Judge: C Sharrad

Reserve: M Thomason

Match Commissioner: P Taberner

Video Ref: B Thaler

Time Keeper: G Kershaw

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Hull FC squad: Josh Bowden, Tom Briscoe, Jason Crookes, Ben Crooks, Gareth Ellis, Chris Green, Daniel Holdsworth, Aaron Heremaia, Richard Horne, Danny Houghton, Paul Johnson, Tom Lineham, Andy Lynch, Shannon McDonnell, Mark O'Meley, Jay Pitts, Jamie Shaul, Richard Whiting, Kirk Yeaman.

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Warrington squad: Ryan Atkins, Lee Briers, Garreth Carvell, Mike Cooper, Ben Currie, Simon Grix, Micky Higham, Chris Hill, Joel Monaghan, Michael Monaghan, Adrian Morley, Richie Myler, Stefan Ratchford, Chris Riley, Glenn Riley, Trent Waterhouse, Ben Westwood, Rhys Williams, Paul Wood.

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Good to see the captain back, but no Hodgson probably means another stint at the back for Ratchford.

Still no Bridge or Harrison!

Wire to win a close one and keep up the pressure at the top.

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I actually agree with LW in that I think it will be relatively close.

 

I would go so far as to say, if Hull get a decent share of possession we might even sneak this.

 

So expect yet another SL draw.

 

Or maybe Wire 26 Hull FC 28... :party:

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Really looking forward to this, and pleased that FC have got their act together. Wire ought to win to keep in touch at the top, but FC are in excellent tough just now. It will be great to see how Ellis fares, for England's sake. Hopefully there'll be a bit of biff as well.

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Looking forward to this match.  I hope both teams turn up as on their day both can be really good to watch in their different styles.  I think Hull FC have pretty much a full complement of staff now, same as Warrington, which is useful. 

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Wires now hitting form, FC will need to be on there game... Warrington combinations in midfield to highlight the difference in class.

Warrington 42 FC 24

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Really looking forward to this (and Magic Weekend too) - I haven;t seen much of Wire recently - hopefully we can keep up recent form and put on a good show against a good team.

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Real test for ellis this 1, want to see him lay down a marker be good to see him up against Westwood. Hull by 2

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Hull need to be clinical and on top form to have any chance, wire defence has stepped up a few gears, and with briers back will probally win, similar to play off last year.

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As other posters have said we need to be on the top of our game but if we are then we could come up with a win tonight. I am looking forward to see how Lineham and Crooks go against one of the better teams in the league 18 - 24 to us.

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Wire by 12 - 18. Hull to be competitive throughout but Wire just to get a couple of scores near the end to flatter the scoreline.

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Phil Clarke gets the first Wigan mention in, even before the kick off. And he meant to say Hull.

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I thought the Warrington drinking culture had stopped? They're all downing pints. :D

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Hoping for a decent close game with FC nudging a victory

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Thaler has got to be kidding, ridiculous decision.

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That was a shockingly bad decision. Good start to the game. Be fascinating to see So many good young English players.

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Stevo doesnt half talk some ###### when we're on Sky.

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