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Sat 10 Apr: CC3: Featherstone Rovers v Hull FC KO 19:00 (OuRLeague)


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  1. 1. Who will win?

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The only thing they're claiming is that you were wrong in you're prediction. They'd be correct, too.

If Hull hadn’t of switched off they’d of won by 40+ points 

Featherstone are much weaker this year without the Leeds players on dual registration. I expect Hull to win by 40-50 points.

If it's anything like the last time we met the referee might be busy! Hopefully we get a more good natured game this time.

Not sure yet what sort of side Hull will put out. 2 or 3 will be missing through injury. Whether Hodgson will choose to rest and rotate beyond that, who knows.

I expect us to do a professional job and get the win, but I won't make a full prediction until I've seen the squads.

 

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This is the kind of tie I’d like to see on telly . One game with the usual big guns then one like this that typifies the Cup 

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1 hour ago, MZH said:

If it's anything like the last time we met the referee might be busy! Hopefully we get a more good natured game this time.

Not sure yet what sort of side Hull will put out. 2 or 3 will be missing through injury. Whether Hodgson will choose to rest and rotate beyond that, who knows.

I expect us to do a professional job and get the win, but I won't make a full prediction until I've seen the squads.

 

I agree, Hull were pretty violent towards the end of the match. That tackle on Shaun Robinson could have caused serious injury.

Hull to win around 40 - 10

 

 

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31 minutes ago, Chris Taylor said:

I agree, Hull were pretty violent towards the end of the match. That tackle on Shaun Robinson could have caused serious injury.

Hull to win around 40 - 10

 

 

I don't think either side covered themselves in glory tbh.

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1 hour ago, TheYoungBaron said:

Don't be too hasty....Hull should do it but the mighty rovers will be no push over. There'll be a few bruised bodies the day after. Hull by 8. Gerrinntoem rovers

Good to see there is at least one "Mighty Rovers".

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We already expected it but there will definitely be no Reynolds. Ruled for for 4 to 6 weeks with his hamstring. Sounds like Sneyd will probably play though. 

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I think Fev will be happy to ease their way through this game with no injuries.  They're not going to win the CC.  They're not going to get a big pay day further down the line because of the restrictions.  SL is the aim.  (providing the RFL don't make an example of them)  The cup is a meaningless sideshow for Fev this season.    In 2012 when promotion was off the agenda they knocked Cas out and gave Wigan a scare.  Got hammered by 'Fax the following week.  They can't afford that this season.  Least said about 2018 the better.  Hull steam rollered Fev for half an hour then Fev got theier act together and gave them a nasty scare.  That's when the trouble started.  Lee Radford certainly had Hull wound up that night.  And of course calling Fev a pub team didn't help matters.

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37 minutes ago, marklaspalmas said:

Not O'Connor? 🤔

First of all, there isn't a player called O'Connor in our team. Secondly, Jake Connor will stay at full back.

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58 minutes ago, Trojan said:

I think Fev will be happy to ease their way through this game with no injuries.  They're not going to win the CC.  They're not going to get a big pay day further down the line because of the restrictions.  SL is the aim.  (providing the RFL don't make an example of them)  The cup is a meaningless sideshow for Fev this season.    In 2012 when promotion was off the agenda they knocked Cas out and gave Wigan a scare.  Got hammered by 'Fax the following week.  They can't afford that this season.  Least said about 2018 the better.  Hull steam rollered Fev for half an hour then Fev got theier act together and gave them a nasty scare.  That's when the trouble started.  Lee Radford certainly had Hull wound up that night.  And of course calling Fev a pub team didn't help matters.

It was bizarre him calling us that when Hull were as bad. I spoke to the great Johnny Whiteley and Garry Schofield after the game and both said it was a cracking good old fashioned Cup Tie!

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2 hours ago, Sir Kevin Sinfield said:

Featherstone are much weaker this year without the Leeds players on dual registration. I expect Hull to win by 40-50 points.

Even if we assume that to be true, DR players don't tend to play cup games to avoid being Cup tied. Given Fev have recruited in the knowledge of no DR all sesson, that would make them stronger than last year for cup games. 

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2 hours ago, Sir Kevin Sinfield said:

Featherstone are much weaker this year without the Leeds players on dual registration. I expect Hull to win by 40-50 points.

You are showing a distinct lack of knowledge of the current situation....

OR

you are posting in another ridiculous infantile attempt to draw another reaction....

 

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32 minutes ago, Robin Evans said:

You are showing a distinct lack of knowledge of the current situation....

OR

you are posting in another ridiculous infantile attempt to draw another reaction....

 

Stanley Unwin talked more sense than SKS.

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