Leeds players with died red hair in aid the Sport Relief charity during the Stobart Super League match between St Helens and Leeds Rhinos at Langtree Stadium on March 25, 2012 in St Helens, England. (credit: Gareth Copley/Getty Images)
Defending Super League champions Leeds Rhinos will be looking to leapfrog Hull FC on the league ladder when they meet on Saturday.
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Hull FC welcome Leeds Rhinos to the KC Stadium on Saturday evening hoping to remain ahead of them on the league rankings.
The Black & Whites are fifth in the table with 15 points from 11 matches picking up seven wins and one draw along the way.
The Rhinos, on the other hand, are a point behind with seven victories from 11 games and they know another good performance will see them continue to climb the ladder.
Hull’s last Super League outing was a home tie against Wigan Warriors, but they crashed to a 56-12 defeat, while the Rhinos put in a sterling display to defeat the Catalan Dragons 34-18 at Headingley.
Hull have made a number of changes to the side that lost to Wigan with Martin Aspinwall, Jordan Turner, Kirk Yeaman, Mark O'Meley and Eamon O'Carroll are all recalled while loan signing from Wigan Matthew Russell is set to make his debut.
Leeds make one change to the team that beat Salford in the Challenge Cup last weekend with Jamie Jones-Buchanan returning to action.
The Rhinos are seen as the favourites to win the game and can be backed at 1/3 with Bet365
, while BetFred
have the Black & Whites available at 12/5 with the draw on offer at 20/1.