Wigan Warriors vs Hull FC Live Stream: How to Watch, Team News, Head to Head, Odds, Prediction and Everything You Need to Know

Hull vs Wigan Super League

Rugby League fans are excitedly waiting for the match between Wigan Warriors and Hull FC and we have all the details you need to know ahead of kick off.

With us six games into the new season, the two teams facing each other have had very good starts, and whoever wins will send a big message to the rest of the division.

Wigan are currently second in the league, but level on points with St Helens in first, whilst Hull FC are only two points behind and fifth in the league.

No doubt the winner of this upcoming game will give themselves a huge morale boost going into their matches over the next month.

Here is everything you need to know about Wigan Warriors vs Hull FC:

Date

For those wondering, Wigan Warriors vs Hull FC will take place on Thursday 31st March 2022 at the DW Stadium in Wigan. The match will kick off at 8:00pm UK time.


How To Watch

Rugby League fans in England who cannot attend the game will be over the moon to hear that the game will be televised live on Sky Sports. Coverage will start from 7:30pm on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Arena.


Live Stream

If you are looking to live stream the Super League match, you can do so via the Sky Sports streaming service or with your NOW TV subscription. A day pass is available for £9.99

You need to have an account or a day pass to access the live stream, so make sure you have everything you need prior to kick-off.


Team News/Squad

Here are both of the 21 man squads for Wigan and Hull:

Wigan Warriors

  • 1 Bevan French
  • 2 Jake Bibby
  • 3 Zak Hardaker
  • 4 Iain Thornley
  • 5 Liam Marshall
  • 6 Cade Cust
  • 8 Brad Singleton
  • 9 Sam Powell
  • 10 Patrick Mago
  • 11 Willie Isa
  • 12 Liam Farrell
  • 13 John Bateman
  • 14 Morgan Smithies
  • 16 Harry Smith
  • 17 Oliver Partington
  • 19 Ethan Havard
  • 20 Liam Byrne
  • 22 Joe Shorrocks
  • 23 Jai Field
  • 24 Abbas Miski
  • 28 Brad O’Neil

Hull FC

  • 1 Jake Connor
  • 2 Adam Swift
  • 3 Carlos Tuimavave
  • 4 Josh Griffin
  • 5 Darnell McIntosh
  • 7 Luke Gale
  • 8 Ligi Sao
  • 9 Danny Houghton
  • 10 Chris Satae
  • 11 Andre Savelio
  • 12 Manu Ma’u
  • 13 Jordan Lane
  • 14 Joe Lovodua
  • 16 Kane Evans
  • 17 Brad Fash
  • 19 Ben McNamar
  • 20 Jack Brown
  • 21 Jordan Johnstone
  • 22 Josh Bowden
  • 23 Connor Wynne
  • 25 Mitieli Vulikijapani

Wigan Warriors will be without Kai Pearce-Paul, whilst Tommy Leuluai is suspended. Hull FC player Carlos Tuimavave will face a late fitness test, whilst Josh Reynolds and Jamie Shaul are still out.


Odds

The betting markets have Wigan as the clear favourites, and understandably so.

  • Wigan Warriors to win: 2/5
  • Draw: 18/1
  • Hull FC to win: 2/1

Prediction

This is good game for the neutral, and no doubt the players will want to prove that they can help their sides battle for the title.

Prediction: Wigan Warriors 23-16 Hull FC


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