Up Next: Featherstone Rovers (A)

Up Next: Featherstone Rovers (A)

Up next, attention turns to the Betfred Challenge Cup as the Black & Whites take on Featherstone Rovers this coming weekend.

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Up next, attention turns to the Betfred Challenge Cup as the Black & Whites take on Featherstone Rovers this coming weekend.

After opening their Betfred Super League campaign with two wins from two with victories over Huddersfield and Salford, FC are on the road once more as they make the short trip to take on the Betfred Championship side at the Millennium Stadium.

The Airlie Birds’ last trip to West Yorkshire to take on Featherstone came in 2018, similarly in the Challenge Cup, when a fiery encounter saw Hull progress through to the quarter-finals of the competition with a 38-20 win.

A victory would see Hull confirm their place in the quarter-finals eighth season in a row, however Featherstone, with plenty of ex-Super League stars in their ranks including Craig Hall, Kris Welham, Junior Moors, Tom Holmes, Craig Kopczak, and Dale Ferguson, will prove a stern test for Brett Hodgson’s men.

Hull travel to take on Featherstone on Saturday 10th April, with the game kicking off at 7.00pm.

The match will be available to watch via the OurLeague app, with supporters able to purchase a streaming pass to watch the match, priced at £4.95, rising to £10 on the day of the game.

To purchase your streaming pass online now – click here

2021 members are advised that, like in previous seasons where cup tickets are not included with their membership, Betfred Challenge Cup games will not be available to watch with your OurLeague streaming code that has already been provided for Betfred Super League matches behind-closed-doors. All supporters must purchase a streaming pass to watch this game.

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