Hull travel to Wakefield this weekend to face a Sandal side who are unbeaten at home this season. Sandal have lost on their travels including a one-point defeat to second placed Billingam.
Hull have a few changes to the side which beat Harrogate in a hard-fought game last week.
Dom Hardman comes in at prop and Liam Regardsoe comes into the second row as Rupert Kay is injured and Cameron Curry can revert to the back row.
The backs see Lee Birch resume at full-back and Steve Johnson returns from injury to take up his place in the centres.
A strong squad means that these changes will in no way detract from a side pushing ahead at the top of the league.
Hull saw results assist them last week as both Sandal and Billingham lost allowing to open up a four-point gap at the top of the table.
However, Hull will need to retain their form and discipline if they are to be the first team to get the better of a Sandal side who are rightly proud of a 100 per cent home record.