Hull coach Gary Pearce remains upbeat about his sides prospects despite a series of narrow defeats that see Hull at the wrong end of the table.
The side have found that small errors cost games and last Saturday a dropped ball over the line and a missed touch kick at the death not to mention two tries disallowed meant a narrow victory became a narrow 27-24 loss.
No side has overawed Hull and last week’s game against Sedgley Park saw Hull play some of the season’s best rugby which their four-try haul emphasised.
This week, Hull make the long trip to table-topping Fylde and they will travel with confidence knowing they can give anyone in this league plenty to think about.
Prop Charlie Beech has signed and should start this week as part of a pack that has been a solid scrummaging unit all season long.
Off-half Simon Humberstone could well have recovered from his leg injury to continue his role as the tactical architect of the side.
Currently the rest of the squad are fit and available and if Hull can start well and eliminate easy turnovers through the occasional unforced error will be a force
to be reckoned with.