The Black and Whites return to The Kingston Communications Stadium for the first time in three weeks to face the Rhinos as the intensity increases in the battle for second position in the league.
Swain said: "Games like this one against Leeds are a special breed, especially as we both go into the game in joint second place in what has been an exciting season so far. We're hoping to add a bit more to that."
"As a player these are the games that you want to play in, regardless of any circumstance. I have always enjoyed facing up to Leeds and I am sure that Friday will be the same. They are a side that bring out the best in you."
The Kiwi hooker has praised the Hull FC supporters , he explained: "Your support at the Stoop was as good as ever and I'm sure there will be thousands of fans in the stand for what is always a special fixture."
Tickets are available for Friday's fixture by visiting the ticket office at The Kingston Communications Stadium or calling the Hull FC ticket hotline on 0870 837 0004.