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Re: RD 7 | Hull FC (H) Tue May 18, 2021 12:48 pm  

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Should be an interesting game this.
Leeds seem to be welcoming some players back and Hull will want a response after what was a very poor display last night against Catalans.
We are really missing some size in the front row currently so I don't expect Hull to dominate up the middle.
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Re: RD 7 | Hull FC (H) Tue May 18, 2021 1:22 pm  

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scarrie wrote:
Should be an interesting game this.
Leeds seem to be welcoming some players back and Hull will want a response after what was a very poor display last night against Catalans.
We are really missing some size in the front row currently so I don't expect Hull to dominate up the middle.


Know Taylor is out. Is Bowden? Any others ?
Re: RD 7 | Hull FC (H) Tue May 18, 2021 1:53 pm  

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really hope I'm wrong but i just can't see us beating FC, Saints, Cas on current form.. Tetevano will help a lot as will Myler coming back but we're really struggling at stand off. even more so now Eastmond hasn't worked out.. at best we'll do well to win 3.

Ofcourse we can beat Hull. Just need a big improvement in skill Levels. Big game this, they were very average v Catalans.....
Re: RD 7 | Hull FC (H) Tue May 18, 2021 1:53 pm  

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Myler should go to fullback imo. It is his best position and he gives us a new attacking dimension at fullback outside Gale.
He has proved time and again he cannot be effective at halfback. I would prefer to leave Sutcliffe there or try another option until McLelland or Lui are fit than move Myler from fullback.


Agree. Myler to full back and Broadbent in the halves (if he is fit)
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Re: RD 7 | Hull FC (H) Tue May 18, 2021 2:07 pm  

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Myler
Briscoe
Sutcliffe
Hurrell
Handley

Broadbent
Gale

Oledzki
Leeming
Tetevano
Mellor
Martin
Prior

Dwyer
King
Thompson
Gannon/O’Connor/Walters
Re: RD 7 | Hull FC (H) Tue May 18, 2021 2:07 pm  

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Mark Laurie wrote:
Know Taylor is out. Is Bowden? Any others ?


Taylor and Bowden both out for a good few weeks.
Other than that pretty much full strength as it stands.
I know it doesn't look too bad (and it isn't compared to what Leeds have had to deal with so far) but we really struggled to make metres against Catalans last night when Satae wasn't on the pitch.

I think its set up for a good contest, especially with fans back in.
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Re: RD 7 | Hull FC (H) Tue May 18, 2021 2:53 pm  

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scarrie wrote:
Taylor and Bowden both out for a good few weeks.
Other than that pretty much full strength as it stands.
I know it doesn't look too bad (and it isn't compared to what Leeds have had to deal with so far) but we really struggled to make metres against Catalans last night when Satae wasn't on the pitch.

I think its set up for a good contest, especially with fans back in.


Hope so, we have struggled to do most things with the ball, so should be close but it’s a tough league to predict. Not sure many would have picked 3 away wins for Hudds, Catalan and Hull Kr last night.

Satae has looked a real handful this year.
Re: RD 7 | Hull FC (H) Tue May 18, 2021 3:07 pm  

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Hope so, we have struggled to do most things with the ball, so should be close but it’s a tough league to predict. Not sure many would have picked 3 away wins for Hudds, Catalan and Hull Kr last night.

Satae has looked a real handful this year.


Other than Saints winning its a been tough to call results.
Satae has been our standout forward so far. He plays some really impressive minutes too.
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Re: RD 7 | Hull FC (H) Tue May 18, 2021 4:12 pm  

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Myler
Briscoe
Sutcliffe
Hurrell
Handley

Broadbent
Gale

Oledzki
Leeming
Tetevano
Mellor
Martin
Prior

Dwyer
King
Thompson
Gannon/O’Connor/Walters

Really hard to pick without knowing how many more injuries we have. Would agree with this but swap centres around and I don't think you could drop O'Connor after last week personally, thought he was terrific.
Re: RD 7 | Hull FC (H) Tue May 18, 2021 9:07 pm  
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I cant see Broadbent playing in the halves on Sunday.
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