Sunday 7th Apr 15:00 Round: 11

Previous Super League Meetings

Fri 20 Mar 15
Hull FC Win:
33 - 22
Sat 21 Jun 14
Dragons Win:
20 - 16
Fri 14 Feb 14
Hull FC Win:
36 - 34
Fri 13 Sep 13
Hull FC Win:
14 - 4
Sat 13 Jul 13
Hull FC Win:
13 - 24
TRIES:
23
21
TRIES:
GOALS:
12
15
GOALS:
METRES:
5923
5841
METRES:
CARRIES:
920
891
CARRIES:
TACKLES:
1517
1466
TACKLES:
OFFLOADS:
52
61
OFFLOADS:
PENALTIES:
37
36
PENALTIES:
BREAKS:
25
21
BREAKS:

Current Form

Hull FC
W10/04
L24/04
W01/05
W10/05
L22/05
Catalans Dragons
L19/04
W25/04
L03/05
W09/05
W23/05

Match Preview

Hull FC’s Australian full-back Shannon McDonnell is fit again after missing the last three games with a hamstring problem and is set to take the place of youngster Jamie Shaul, despite the latter’s sparking two-try debut at Wakefield Trinity Wildcats. Shaul is still in coach Peter Gentle’s 19-man squad, however, along with teenage second rower Dean Hadley, who could get his debut in the absence of the injured Ben Galea.

Catalan Dragons coach Lauren Frayssinous recalls winger Frederic Vaccari and scrum-half William Barthau for their second appearances of the season as well as the versatile Kevin Larroyer in place of injured trio Damien Blanch, Daryl Millard and Thomas Bosc.

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19 Man Squad

  • Arundel
  • Briscoe
  • Bowden
  • Crookes
  • Crooks
  • Hadley
  • Heremaia
  • Horne
  • Houghton
  • Lineham
  • Lynch
  • McDonnell
  • O'Meley
  • Pitts
  • Shaul
  • Tickle
  • Watts
  • Westerman
  • Whiting

Form players

Form players based on appearances in the last 30 days

Player

Danny Houghton

Tackles: 161

Player

Zeb Taia

Tries: 6

Player

Benjamin Garcia

Tries: 5