Widnes head into this game boosted by the news that inspirational stend-off Kevin Brown has signed a two-year contract extension.
The Vikings are also in fine form. having won their last four games in all competitions.
A win at Widnes would lift them into the top eight.
Prediction: Widnes to win by six, in a tight and entertaining contest, which could swing either way.
Widnes (19-man squad): Ah Van, Ashall, Brown, Clarkson, Dudson, Galea, Gerrard, Gore, Hanbury, Heremaia, Isa, Joseph, Leuluai, Manuokafoa, Marsh, Mellor, Owens, White, Whitley.
Hull (19-man squad): Abdull, Ellis, Green, Houghton, Lineham, Minichiello, Paea, Paleaaesina, Pryce, Rankin, Sa, Shaul, Sneyd, Talanoa, Thompson, Watts, Westerman, Whiting, Yeaman.
Kirk Yeaman needs one appearance to reach 350 for his career. Yeaman has played 338 games for Hull FC since 2001, to go with representative appearances for Great Britain (3 Tests, 2006-2007) and England (8 games, 2004 & 2011).
Super League Summary:
Last 10 Meetings:
Hull FC 22, Widnes 8 (SLR10, 10/4/15)
Widnes 6, Hull FC 56 (SLR16, 13/6/14)
Hull FC 0, Widnes 7 (SLR6, 23/3/14)
Hull FC 72, Widnes 10 (SLR23, 2/8/13)
Widnes 36, Hull FC 16 (SLR5, 2/3/13)
Widnes 42, Hull FC 16 (SLR25, 18/8/12)
Hull FC 58, Widnes 10 (SLR7, 18/3/12)
Widnes 26, Hull FC 50 (CCR5, 21/5/11)
Widnes 18, Hull FC 32 (CCR5, 11/5/08)
Widnes 20, Hull FC 40 (SLR22, 24/7/05)