Hull were denied victory last week by the thickness of a post as one of Simon Humberstone’s conversions bounced wide off the post and one of Huddersfield’s bounced in off a post.
Tynedale were only beaten by a last minute try so both sides will be keen to record their first win of the season although Hull drew their first game.
Hull will have everyone available as long as Latu Makaafi passes a fitness test having left the field with a leg injury during Saturday’s 22-22 draw.
Hull’s pack gave a good account of themselves last week with a good line-out which functioned well, and although they conceded two catch-and-drive tries, their defence was otherwise sound.
If they can play with the same drive and maintain the form of much of last week’s second half, they will be well in the hunt again this week.
This will be Hull’s first home game of the season and a big crowd is expected. Please come down and give your support to the players.