FC and Wolves plough ahead despite safety concerns


Hull FC and Warrington Wolves are both ready to get into action tonight after defying the elements to get their game on tonight.

Despite the M62 being largely inaccessible for cars at the moment because of the snow, both clubs still want the game to go ahead, with the Wolves insisting fans get the train if they are to travel.

Hull started the season well with a good win over Huddersfield Giants, but then suffered defeats against Wigan Warriors and Castleford Tigers.

They make two changes to the squad that lost against the Tigers as Scott Taylor returns after recovering from appendicitis, replacing Chris Green whose wife has recently given birth and Albert Kelly also drops out. after suffering a knock to the head. Jansin Turgut replaces him.

As for the Wolves, having lost their first two games, they are now on a crest of a wave with two big wins against Widnes Vikings and then Wigan.

They make two changes as George and Toby King both return to the Warrington squad in place of Kevin Brown and Ben Currie.

The match will kick off at 7.45pm and the referee will be Ben Thaler.

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