Hull will be looking to win well but Kendal will spring some surprises this season and Hull will need to focus to ensure this Saturday is not one of them.
Hull make the long journey to Kendal this weekend and will face a side that has won two and lost two of their games so far this season.
Having played away three times, this is not a bad record and Hull will do well to remember Kendal always play well at home as last years corresponding fixture demonstrated with Hull scraping a win by just two points.
After last week’s convincing victory against Wilmslow, Hull will be looking to continue their winning run and should have an almost full strength squad to achieve that aim.
Flanker Tom O’Donnell should be fit to return to the side and winger Stephen Hihetah comes back into the reckoning.
Scrum-half Harvey Harding becomes available once more and rejoins the 18 who travel to Cumbria.
Hooker Tom Rice is not available this week but Mike Jobling is able to play hooker or prop and with Hull’s other front rowers all fit, the pack should still be solid in the scrummaging department.