Hull FC face Castleford Tigers at the KCOM Stadium for the first time since lockdown.
Hull will be hoping to build after their win over Huddersfield Giants, while Castleford are still looking for their first win post-lockdown.
The pair have met twice since lockdown, with Hull taking both matches. One in the Challenge Cup, and one in the Super League.
The match kicks off at 3pm, and the referee will be Marcus Griffths.
Hull make two changes to the side that beat Huddersfield, with Albert Kelly and Manu Ma’u returning to the squad after injury.
They replace Ben McNamara and Lewis Bienek in the squad.
Castleford have made five changes from the side that was due to face Leeds Rhinos last week.
The match was cancelled after Castleford returned several positive tests.
Derrell Olpherts, James Clare, Greg Eden, Calum Turner and Dan Fleming all drop out.
They are boosted by the returns of Jake Trueman and Danny Richardson in the halves, as well as Jesse Sene-Lefao, Brad Graham and Bailey Hodgson. The latter two of which could make their debuts.