Gary Pearce hopes after weeks of misfortune on the pitch, his side can finally get the rub of the green that will see them return to winning ways.
Hull’s last win came at Stourbridge when they won 19-14 on September 21 and since then a number of decisions have gone against the Chants Ave side in the last eight games.
Fylde are currently top of the table just as Stourbridge were and Pearce hopes his side can return to Hull with a much-needed win.
“Fylde are blazing a trail at the moment. They are top of the league and it will be a very close place to go and play.
“What I am really confident about is that we will go there and have a go.
“The lads are built like that and we will accept the challenge.
“We are good on the road and while it’s a tough league we have to back it up.
“They will know that we are a good side and they will have watched the videos like everyone else and they will give us respect.
“It will be a bit like last week and we will go there with no fear. We are in the wrong place in the table.
“After last week’s performance, our luck has got to turn. We have got to get some decisions go our way.
“At the minute, every little thing seems to be going against us. That’s what happens when you lose, you don’t get the luck.
“When you win, you tend to get the luck. We have to battle to get into those positions and we will do that.”