Hull head into Friday’s game against Wakefield on the back of a three game winning streak.
Lee Radford’s team won the reverse fixture 12-8 to make it five in a row against Trinity.
The visitors have a few injury worries and were disappointing in the Challenge Cup last week, while Hull deservedly defeated Castleford to reach the semi-finals.
Hull (-12) are 10/11 at Betfred and they should be capable of covering that sort of handicap.
— Hull FC (@hullfcofficial) June 23, 2017
— Wakefield Trinity (@WTrinityRL) June 21, 2017