Hull travel over to the west of the Pennines to take on Sedgley Park on Saturday.
The home side, who sit two places above Hull in National Two North, have won many of their games by just three or four points which shows they are not short of determination or fitness.
They beat Hull 27-24 ealier this season and Hull will be looking to overturn that result this weekend.
Hull will be hoping to choose again from a full squad and have a few options to choose from.
In recent weeks, Hull have been putting together impressive team performances with the pack being able to lay a platform to build pressure.
And they have been more than well supported by a back division who have struck at key moments in the game and who have the ability to fashion tries from deep inside their own half.
Sedgley Park suffered a narrow defeat at the hands of Tynedale recently and lost heavily away at Hinckley. They will pose a threat to Hull but are beatable on their own ground.
It seems almost certain that Hull will end up in the top half of the division and a win this week will show just how far this side has come since being promoted just a year ago.