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Hull hope home advantage helps them beat Chester

Hull take on Chester in this mid-table clash with Hull sitting five points behind Chester and five points above the bottom three clubs.
This is a game both sides will be hoping to win to ease their way up the table.
Chester have lost their last three games against league leaders Caldy, Loughborough and Luctonians.
Hull have lost both their 2020 fixtures by modest margins and will be keen to get back to the form of the pre-Christmas fixtures where they strung together five consecutive victories.
Hull will have Mike Dias back available at prop and winger Keane Naylor should return on the wing.
Mike Goodwin who suffered a severe leg injury in a pre-season match may return to the squad as an option at scrum-half. He has worked very hard with the coaching staff to get back to full fitness and everyone at the club will be delighted to see him back in action once again.
Hull have the ability to take the spoils this weekend, but they will need to keep their discipline because yellow cards are often costly and most sides find it tough to defend with a man short.
Hull will have a full squad and home advantage so a win is on the cards if they can keep their full concentration and discipline for 80 minutes and any time added on at the end of the game.

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