Team news and statistics ahead of the weekend's Super League action.
Friday, February 8
Hull v Bradford
Hull coach Peter Gentle has called up centre Ben Crooks to plug the gap in his squad created by the absence of Gareth Ellis, who injured his foot in the warm-up to last Friday's opening defeat at Leeds. Fellow forwards Liam Watts and Danny Tickle are also out through injury. The Black and Whites will have six men making their home debuts.
Bradford coach Francis Cummins keeps the side that thrashed Wakefield in their opening game, with Jamie Foster keeping the full-back spot on his return to Hull. Prop Nick Scruton sustained an eye injury against the Wildcats but looks certain to be passed fit.
Last season: Bradford 6 Hull 70, Hull 24 Bradford 18.
Last six league matches: Hull L W L W W L Bradford W W W L L W.
Top tryscorers: Joe Arundel (Hull) 1; Jarrod Sammut (Bradford) 2.
Top goalscorers: Daniel Holdsworth (Hull) 1; Jamie Foster (Bradford) 6.
Wigan v Warrington
With forwards Harrison Hansen, Chris Tuson and Epalahame Lauaki still missing through injury, Wigan keep the side that opened with a 42-0 win at Salford. Former Hull KR duo Blake Green and Scott Taylor make their home debuts.
Prop Paul Wood and teenage second rower Ben Currie, who both sat out Warrington's opening win over Castleford are vying to replace Ben Harrison, who has a groin strain. Otherwise the Wolves will be unchanged, with youngster Rhys Evans given another chance to secure a centre berth.
Last season: Warrington 30 Wigan 10, Wigan 20 Warrington 22.
Last six league matches: Wigan W L W W L W Warrington W W L W W W.
Top tryscorers: Sam Tomkins (Wigan) 3; Ben Westwood (Warrington) 2.
Top goalscorers: Pat Richards (Wigan) 5; Brett Hodgson (Warrington) 5.