Hull looking to prove worth back in England

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Hull FC are looking to reassert their position in the Super League when they travel to last years League Leaders Castleford Tigers on Saturday.

The Black and Whites recently went to Australia to take on Wigan Warriors and St George-Illawara Dragons and lost both games.

They also came back with significant injury damage. Danny Houghton and Scott Taylor could both be out for months after suffering injuries down under.

Their only change to the squad that faced the Dragons is Mark Minichello returns to the squad after an ankle injury. He replaces youngster Jez Litten in the squad.

As for Castleford, they have had a week off due to the World and International Club Challenges last week.

They are another side that are looking to kick-start their season after a harrowing defeat against St Helens and a narrow victory over Widnes Vikings.

They also make one change from their last outing, with Joe Wardle coming back into the squad in place of Matt Cook.

The match will kick off at 3.15pm and the referee will be Chris Kendall.

 


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