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Saturday 14th July 2018, 15:00
Super League - Round: 21
 

Round: 21  Official: T Grant  Venue: Halton Stadium

 

Widnes Vikings

Widnes Vikings VS. Hull Kingston Rovers

Hull Kingston Rovers

19 Man Squad

Widnes Vikings 19 Man Squad Hull Kingston Rovers 19 Man Squad
Marsh1Quinlan
Inu2 McGuire
Runciman3 Scruton
Mellor4 Lunt
Dudson5 Masoe
Houston6 Blair
Whitley7 Greenwood
Craven8 Kavanagh
Olbison9 Donaldson
Wilde10 Clarkson
Leuluai11 Lee
D. Walker12 Mulhern
J. Chapelhow13 Salter
T. Chapelhow14 Atkin
Ashall15 Oakes
Heremaia16 Tickle
Albert17 Carney
Buckley18 Wallis
Gilmore.19 Tomkins.

Stats over last 8 encounters

Widnes Vikings   Hull Kingston Rovers
106 TOTAL POINTS 189
1 TOTAL WINS 7
7 TOTAL LOSES 1
0 TOTAL DRAWS 0
19 TOTAL TRIES 37
15 TOTAL GOALS 35
0 TOTAL DROP GOALS 1

Head to Head

Last 8 Meetings
30th September 2018: Hull Kingston Rovers win 30-0 at KCOM Craven Park
14th July 2018: Hull Kingston Rovers win 26-24 at Halton Stadium
7th April 2018: Hull Kingston Rovers win 31-12 at KCOM Craven Park
9th September 2017: Hull Kingston Rovers win 12-6 at KCOM Craven Park
15th May 2016: Hull Kingston Rovers win 24-10 at KC Lightstream Stadium
4th March 2016: Widnes Vikings win 30-16 at Select Security Stadium Halton
23rd August 2015: Hull Kingston Rovers win 12-8 at Select Security Stadium Halton
14th June 2015: Hull Kingston Rovers win 38-16 at KC Lightstream Stadium

Widnes Vikings boss Francis Cummins recalls forwards Wellington Albert and Ted Chapelhow for injured pair Alex Gerrard and Weller Hauraki. Winger Olly Ashall-Bott is also back in the reckoning as the Vikings seek to end a 13-match losing run.

 

Hull Kingston Rovers coach Tim Sheens has called up wingmen Elliot Wallis and Justin Carney to replace injured duo Ryan Shaw and Junior Vaivai, although Carney has still to prove his fitness after recovering from a broken hand, while forward Chris Clarkson is back after missing the win over Salford City Reds with a chest infection.

 

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