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Phil Harlow and Steve Marshall

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    But that's about it for this evening. It was quite a first half at the KC Stadium, not such a thriller in the second.

    If you want to relive any of the evening's action, you can read match reports on all three games.

    Thanks for joining us - and I hope you'll come back for some more hit-ups tomorrow.

  2. Good Friday action

    Two more live text commentaries, that's what.

    We'll be back tomorrow lunchtime with Castleford v Leeds (12:45 BST) in the Rhinos' first game since Kevin Sinfield announced he would be leaving at the end of the season to cross codes and join Yorkshire Carnegie.

    Then there's the small matter of the first meeting of Wigan and St Helens (15:00 BST) last season's Grand Final. You get the feeling Wigan might want some revenge in that one.

    Huddersfield host Salford in the day's final game.

  3. What's next?

    That's three of the Easter games out of the way, but there's three more to come tomorrow.

    So, what will we have for you?

  4. Robins up to fourth

    FT: Hull FC 6-20 Hull KR

    That result at Widnes also means that Hull KR are up to fourth in Super League with their victory in the 224th city derby. Could Rovers be this season's Castleford?

    Super League table
  5. Post update

    FT: Hull FC 6-20 Hull KR

    Hull KR coach Chris Chester tells Sky Sports: "The crowd have been fantastic and it's extra pleasing we got the result for them.

    "Defensively we were a lot better this week and we created enough opportunities to win two or three games - this is a close group and they've kept working hard. Form goes out the window in a derby and we just had to make sure we won the energy battle early doors and I thought we did.

    "We're confident and I'm confident in this group of players. It's another big challenge on Monday but we'll be ready to go."

  6. Full time

    Widnes 30-10 Warrington

    It's all over at the Halton Stadium where Widnes have beaten local rivals Warrington and are now only a point behind the Wire. It's fair to say the Super League table is looking congested, with four points separating third-placed Huddersfield from bottom-of-the-table Wakefield.

    That could be six by tomorrow evening if the Giants beat Salford.

  7. TRY

    Widnes 30-10 Warrington (Owens)

    And that will be that. Jack Owens caps a fine Widnes display by going over in the corner but can't add the extras to his own score. Not that it really matters.

  8. Post update

    FT: Hull FC 6-20 Hull KR

    Hull KR full-back and tryscorer Kieran Dixon tells Sky Sports: "Last week's performance was something special so to come out here against our rivals and win was something special too and it's a great night for Hull KR.

    "This atmosphere and noise is the reason you play this sport."

  9. Post update

    Widnes 26-10 Warrington

    We're entering the final few minutes at Widnes where the Vikings still lead by 16 points and look destined to win this evening's other derby.

    That would be three straight defeats for Wire after losing to St Helens and Huddersfield.

  10. Full time

    Hull FC 6-20 Hull KR

    The match ends with Hull KR on the attack once again. It's easy to forget that there was just the two points from Josh Mantellato's boot scored in the second half, but Hull KR were well on top.

    Where do Hull FC go from here?

  11. Post update

    Hull FC 6-20 Hull KR

    Choruses of "you're getting sacked in the morning" and "you're going down" ring from the stands. Not a good time to be a Hull FC fan.

  12. Post update

    Hull FC 6-20 Hull KR

    Another great driving run from Kris Welham puts Hull KR in striking range, but what should be the scoring pass is knocked on. It doesn't matter too much to the result, with time running out but the vociferous Robins fans are baying for another score. The Hull FC fans are making for the exits.

  13. Post update

    Hull FC 6-20 Hull KR

    Kieran Dixon has had a decent night but he's definitely slipped off the level he reached in the opening 40 minutes. Under zero pressure on halfway and in a promising position he passes in Ken Sio's vague direction but is a horrible pass - high and straight into touch.

    Like one of mine, off my left hand I might add, for all those lucky enough to see me in action many years ago.

  14. TRY

    Widnes 26-10 Warrington (Currie)

    Is this the start of a late Warrington comeback? Widnes are down to 12 with Danny Tickle in the sin-bin and Ben Currie capitalises on some quick hands to score in the corner.

  15. TRY

    Wakefield 4-40 Catalans Dragons (Riley)

    It's been a dispiriting night for Wakefield but they get some reward right on the final hooter as Chris Riley touches down for a try that isn't really much consolation.

  16. Post update

    Hull FC 6-20 Hull KR

    Lucky or skilful? You be the judge - Terry Campese fires a long kick downfield which looks like it's been overcooked as it hits the turf deep in Hull FC's in-goal area.

    But a remarkable bounce - a touch of backspin if we continue the snooker analogy - sends it back into play and forces Fetuli Talanoa into playing a ball he thought he'd see soar into touch.

  17. Post update

    Hull FC 6-20 Hull KR

    It's looking a long, long road back for Hull FC - there's been no lack of effort, but the lack of tryscoring threat is a real concern for a side still struggling at the wrong end of the table.

  18. Post update

    Hull FC 6-20 Hull KR

    Terry Campese's kicking game is absolutely superb tonight. Another accurate high ball puts Fetuli Talanoa in all sorts of bother, and the winger coughs up possession before a team-mate handles it to give the penalty away. If it was Ronnie O'Sullivan on the snooker table, you'd say his positional play has been inch-perfect tonight.

    Ronnie O'Sullivan
  19. Post update

    Hull FC 6-20 Hull KR

    Ken Sio makes a bullocking run after a high ball comes his way following a slight misfield by Kieran Dixon and Hull KR are on the front foot again.

  20. TRY

    Wakefield 0-40 Catalans Dragons (Cardace)

    That's a hat-trick for Damian Cardace. This time Thomas Bosc is the provider with a miss-out pass and Cardace does the rest. Scott Dureau misses again. Was it something I said?

  21. Post update

    Hull FC 6-20 Hull KR

    Richard Stead

    BBC Radio Humberside

    "Hull FC have been as poor in attack this evening as I have seen them this season."

  22. Post update

    Hull FC 6-20 Hull KR

    In stark contrast, with Gareth Ellis in the stands, Hull FC look somewhat rudderless. Steve Michaels is held up over the line for the home side but from the next play Jordan Thompson ploughs forward into heavy traffic - on the last tackle. Not his or Hull FC's finest moment.

  23. TRY

    Widnes 26-6 Warrington (Brown, con Owens)

    Warrington lose Ben Westwood to the sin-bin for conceding three penalties in three tackles.

    And Widnes make the most of their numerical advantage when Kevin Brown dances through the defence to score, with Jack Owens' goal giving the Vikings a 20-point lead.


    Hull FC 6-20 Hull KR (Mantellato)

    Josh Mantellato curls in a lovely effort to put Hull KR three scores clear - and it's no less than they deserve. It was noticeable the way Terry Campese took control of the situation, instantly calling for the two points when the penalty was awarded - a cool head in a pressurised environment.

  25. Post update

    Hull FC 6-18 Hull KR

    That's what derby victories are built on - superb, full-hearted runs like the one Kris Welham has just produced from deep, powering past three tackles before winning the penalty as he's cynically held down as the pitch began to open up.

  26. TRY

    Widnes 20-6 Warrington (White, con Owens)

    That's 20 unanswered points for Widnes now as Lloyd White goes over from dummy-half and Jack Owens adds the conversion from the touchline.

  27. Post update

    Hull FC 6-18 Hull KR

    The two full-backs have had decent games but in the space of two minutes both Kieran Dixon and Jamie Shaul both fail to cover themselves in glory as high balls are allowed to bounce or kicked forward after being misfielded. But both players get away without being punished - maybe they've earned that luck for their displays thus far.

  28. Post update

    Hull FC 6-18 Hull KR

    Hull FC defend with real passion to keep Hull KR out, but it's almost calamity at the handover as disorganisation at the play-the-ball sees players with their backs to play wandering back into position as the game restarts around them. Hull FC need their senior players to take control.

  29. TRY

    Wakefield 0-36 Catalans Dragons (Cardace)

    Catalans have a sixth try and Damian Cardace has his second after receiving a fantastic miss-out pass from Scott Dureau who, for once, can't add the conversion. Must be the commentator's curse.

  30. Post update

    Hull FC 6-18 Hull KR

    Terry Campese is having a fine game at stand-off for Hull KR and his perfectly-weighted kick turns Jamie Shaul around and gives the full-back nowhere to go before he's engulfed by Robins defenders before he gets back into the field of play. Goal-line drop-out and all thanks to Campese's beautiful kick.

  31. Post update

    Hull FC 6-18 Hull KR

    That was close. Albert Kelly shows great skill to pluck a kick out of the air in attack and in the shadow of the posts tries to slip the offload away only to nudge it forward - if that ball had gone backwards it was a try under the posts for Hull KR.

  32. Post update

    Hull FC 6-18 Hull KR

    Very good start to the half for Hull FC as they win a penalty for an obstruction by Hull KR after a bomb goes up. They go close with Joe Westerman held up over the line but the Robins defence holds firm.

  33. Kick-off

    Hull FC 6-18 Hull KR

    Hull KR put boot to ball and we're off. Which way will this go?

  34. TRY

    Wakefield 0-32 Catalans Dragons (Cardace, con Dureau)

    Wakefield begin the second half as they finished the first - conceding points.

    Scott Dureau, who has been pivotal, puts the kick in behind and Damian Cardace reacts first to touch down. It's no surprise that Dureau remains perfect with the boot.

  35. Post update

    Hull FC 6-18 Hull KR

    Nick Pinkney

    BBC Radio Humberside

    "Hull KR do seem to struggle to keep possession but they are devastating with ball in hand.

    "It is a big ask for Hull FC because they have looked predictable. They have got 12 points in them but Rovers have probably got more than 12 points in them."

  36. Half-time

    Widnes 14-6 Warrington

    Right on the hooter Jack Owens has another chance from the tee after Warrington concede a penalty. Not for the first time, his effort is off target and Widnes only lead by eight points after the break despite outscoring the Wolves three tries to one.

  37. Post update

    Hull FC 6-18 Hull KR

    Hull FC, who have lost Liam Watts to injury for the time being, have had plenty of possession but you have to say for the most part the black-and-whites have struggled to really put their opponents under enough pressure.

    In contrast, Hull KR look vibrant in attack - but will they regret not getting further ahead of the bitter local rivals while being on top?

  38. TRY

    Widnes 14-6 Warrington (Marsh)

    Still playing at Widnes, who extend their lead with a brilliant third try.

    Fabulous pass from Rhys Hanbury to Stefan Marsh who touches down for his second try of the evening. The Vikings can't get full value for their score, though, as Jack Owens conversion attempt is off target.

  39. Half-time

    Hull FC 6-18 Hull KR

    Kieran Dixon - the star of the first half - is held in possession in his own half as the hooter goes for the half-time interval. Plenty to chew on after that 40 minutes - and plenty to be said in both changing rooms.

  40. Half-time

    Wakefield 0-26 Catalans Dragons

    Not sure the half-time oranges will taste too sweet in the Wakefield dressing room. Tries from Benjamin Garcia, Willie Tonga, Ben Pomeroy and Elliott Whitehead have Catalans in complete control.

  41. TRY

    Hull FC 6-18 Hull KR (Lunt, con Mantellato)

    Shaun Lunt scores

    A moment to forget for Feluti Talanoa and it costs his side dear. Albert Kelly's steepling up-and-under comes his way and he seems to have claimed it only to spill it perfectly into Shaun Lunt's path. The hooker gratefully receives the gift and strolls over. Just what they wanted before the break.

  42. Post update

    Hull FC 6-12 Hull KR

    Where to start...? A fight breaks out near the touchline after an altercation between Kris Welham and Steve Michaels, but as quickly as it starts it peters out as players suddenly realise that play is going on without them.

    Hull FC run it on the last but the ball goes loose, giving the Robins the chance to hack forward. Hull FC full-back shows great pace to get to the ball first and then electric footwork to race back down the pitch, earning his side 30m in the process. Got all that?

  43. TRY

    Wakefield 0-26 Catalans Dragons (Whitehead, con Dureau)

    It's difficult to see Wakefield coming back from this. After Scott Dureau extends the Dragons' lead with a penalty, Elliott Whitehead is just too big and strong for the Wildcats' defence and barges his way over in the corner. Dureau adds the extras once more.

  44. Post update

    Hull FC 6-12 Hull KR

    Nick Pinkney

    BBC Radio Humberside

    "That's a poor piece of play by Kieran Dixon and he'll be disappointed with that.

    "The game has a different complexion now. It was a bit of inexperience by Dixon and hopefully it won't come back to bite him."

  45. TRY

    Hull FC 6-12 Hull KR (Pryce, con Rankin)

    Big decision from the video referee - Kieran Dixon is tackled by Jamie Shaul as he tries to run the ball out from behind his tryline. He grounds the ball in the field of play but then loses possession, with veteran Leon Pryce snaffling the ball and touching down.

    There's a long wait as the video official views several angles but he eventually decides that the try should stand. There's one for a debate in the stands (and TV studios, social media and living rooms) at half-time.

  46. Post update

    Hull FC 0-12 Hull KR

    Brilliant defence from Jack Logan this time as he ankle taps Darrell Goulding as the Hull KR centre races towards the tryline. The tap tackle is just enough to allow Goulding to be forced into touch - but Hull KR are on fire with ball in hand at the moment.

  47. TRY

    Wakefield 0-18 Catalans Dragons (Pomeroy, con Dureau)

    Catalans go over again at Belle Vue, with Ben Pomeroy getting the credit for number three. This could be a long night for the Wildcats.

  48. TRY

    Hull FC 0-12 Hull KR (Dixon, con Mantellato)

    Kieran Dixon runs with the ball

    Maurice Blair wins a penalty after two Hull FC defenders go high. And from the resulting possession, Kieran Dixon - who has been excellent so far - times his run to perfection before taking the pass and racing into a gap before sliding over. It's already looking a long way back for Lee Radford's men.

  49. TRY

    Widnes 10-6 Warrington (Marsh, con Owens)

    Widnes hit the front at the Halton Stadium. Rhys Hanbury makes the break and from the next play Kevin Brown kicks to Stefan Marsh in space on the wing.

  50. Post update

    Hull FC 0-6 Hull KR

    After a breathless opening quarter, you might say things have settled down just a tad but only in the way a gale is slightly less intense than a storm (if you'll forgive the Beaufort scale meteorological reference in the middle of an enthralling Super League clash).

  51. TRY

    Wakefield 0-12 Catalans Dragons (Tonga, con Dureau)

    Not the start that Wakefield wanted after five straight defeats. Dragons gets numbers outside and Scott Dureau finds Willie Tonga, who finishes well.

  52. Post update

    Hull FC 0-6 Hull KR

    Excellent take from Kieran Dixon after a beautifully placed kick puts him under pressure.

    He earns his side a 20m restart after jumping from behind the tryline to take the ball in play despite the close attentions of Feluti Talanoa - full-back play of the highest order.

  53. Post update

    Hull FC 0-6 Hull KR

    The atmosphere is something else at the KC Stadium. Darrell Goulding is forced over the touchline with the ball, giving the scrum to Hull FC near halfway, and the noise from the stands is like a try's just been scored.

  54. Ouch!

    Hull FC 0-6 Hull KR

    A ferocious tackle on Joe Westerman with three men in on the hit leads to a penalty after the loose forward is dumped dangerously back on the floor. Hull FC work it wide and Leon Pryce goes desperately close to a first try for his side but is held up. Superb defence.

  55. TRY

    Widnes 4-6 Warrington (Phelps)

    Widnes are on the on the board. Stefan Marsh does the hard work out wide with a powerful run, and Rhys Hanbury sends Cameron Phelps over. Jack Owens puts the conversion attempt wide.

  56. TRY

    Wakefield 0-6 Catalans Dragons (Garcia, con Dureau)

    First blood to Catalans at Belle Vue where Benjamin Garcia is sent over by Thomas Bosc. Scott Dureau adds the extras.

  57. Post update

    Hull FC 0-6 Hull KR

    Silly, silly play from Fetuli Talanoa as he brainlessly attempts to drag his opposite number over the touchline, well after the tackle was completed. The obvious result is a Hull KR penalty, relieving the pressure.

  58. Post update

    Widnes 0-6 Warrington

    We're back under way at Widnes after that short delay and Gareth O'Brien kicks the conversion to make it 6-0 to the Wire.

  59. TRY

    Widnes 0-4 Warrington (Westwood)

    We have the first points on the board at Widnes too where Ben Westwood has given Wolves the lead.

    But before the conversion is taken a flare is thrown on to the pitch and referee Robert Hicks takes the players off the pitch because of safety concerns.

  60. Post update

    Hull FC 0-6 Hull KR

    Hull FC are held up over the line and then two plays later put the high bomb up. Josh Mantellato gets nowhere near it as he attempts to defuse the danger, but gets away with it as the ball bounces away to safety. That could have gone anywhere though - a warning sign for the Robins.

  61. Post update

    Hull FC 0-6 Hull KR

    A fractional Terry Campese knock-on, after his tackle stops a dangerous looking Hull FC attack, gives the black-and-whites their first real chance of a sustained attack. What can they so with it?

  62. TRY

    Hull FC 0-6 Hull KR (Campese, con Mantellato)

    What a start for Hull KR - a brilliant run from Kieran Dixon sees him sprint deep into Hull FC territory, and a quick play-the-ball puts the Robins on the front foot before Terry Campese crashes over from short range. That one meant something.

  63. Post update

    Hull FC 0-0 Hull KR

    Not the start that Hull KR half-back Albert Kelly was after as his second kick of the game is charged down. Again the Robins get away with it as the ball bounces to touch.

  64. Post update

    Hull FC 0-0 Hull KR

    First mistake of the evening as Albert Kelly's clearing kick for Hull KR is charged down on halfway.

    Hull FC regain possession but the home side do well not to give away the penalty after the ball goes forwards.

  65. Kick-off

    The teams stride out from the tunnel and the noise is deafening. Hull FC kick off the 224th Hull derby.

    Hold on to your hats.

  66. Pre-match nerves?

    The Hull FC dressing room - all black and white tiles and colour scheme - is a bundle of nervous energy, players pacing around, adjusting strapping and generally wishing away the seconds until kick-off.

    The Hull KR squad are locked in a tight huddle, meanwhile. We're moments away now...

  67. Follow the games on BBC local radio

    As well as following our live text, you can listen to live radio commentary of all three of this evening's matches on desktop, tablet or mobile.

    Click on the 'live coverage' tab and select your commentary, be it from BBC Radio 5 live sports extra, BBC Radio Humberside, BBC Radio Leeds or BBC Radio Merseyside.

  68. We could be heroes...

    Nessun Dorma gives way to David Bowie's Heroes - who do we think will be the hero for the two bitter rivals tonight?

    Get in touch using #bbcrl on Twitter.

  69. 'We know what it means'

    Hull FC v Hull KR (20:00 BST)

    Radford's opposite number Chris Chester, the head coach at Hull KR, played for both sides in this fixture.

    "I've been fortunate enough to play and coach in derbies and they are just great spectacles," he told BBC Radio Humberside.

    "The boys are ready to go and it's about keeping them on that leash and letting them off it for eight o'clock on Thursday evening.

    "Last year's 28-0 defeat is still on my mind and it was probably one of the worst days I've encountered as a coach but I'm confident those days are gone.

    "We know what it means and we need to make sure we walk off the pitch as the winning team."

  70. 'No enjoyment'

    Hull FC v Hull KR (20:00 BST)

    Lee Radford

    One man who knows a thing or two about playing in the Hull derby is Lee Radford, now coach of the home side but a veteran of more clashes with the Robins than he'd probably like to remember.

    Here's what he had to say to BBC Radio Humberside:

    "We could jump up to fourth with a win or it'll be doom and gloom if we lose. They throw the ball about and they ask questions of you defensively. They're difficult to defend against and we'll have to play with energy.

    "You enjoy these games if you win but there's no enjoyment before them. It's stressful and you'd have to be a madman to be in this trade. At some point in this game momentum will be in our favour and we have got to make the most of it when it is us on top."

  71. Happy days

    Hull FC v Hull KR (20:00 BST)

    The lights are on, the stands are packed and the music - a bit of Nessun Dorma if my extremely limited knowledge of classical music is to be believed - is blaring out. It's Thursday night, we've got a bank holiday weekend to look forward to and it's the Hull derby.

    Life is good. Not that everyone says they'll be enjoying the occasion...

  72. Team news

    Wakefield v Catalans Dragons (20:00 BST)

    Wakefield: Hall, Riley, Collis, Arundel, Owen, Miller, T. Smith, Scruton, McShane, Griffin, Kirmond, Washbrook, Simon.

    Replacements: Ryan, Lauitiiti, D. Smith, Trout.

    Catalans Dragons: Robin, Cardace, Pomeroy, Tonga, Pala, Bosc, Dureau, Garcia, Henderson, Casty, Taia, Whitehead, Baitieri.

    Replacements: Elima, Mounis, Pelissier, Bousquet.

    Referee: George Stokes (RFL)

  73. Team news

    Widnes v Warrington (20:00 BST)

    Widnes: Hanbury, Marsh, Dean, Phelps, Owens, Brown, Mellor, Dudson, White, O'Carroll, Tickle, Galea, Leuluai.

    Replacements: Gerrard, Heremaia, Manuokafoa, Whitley.

    Warrington: Ratchford, Penny, Monaghan, Atkins, Russell, Bridge, O'Brien, Hill, Higham, Sims, Currie, Westwood, Harrison.

    Replacements: Clark, Asotasi, England, Laithwaite.

    Referee: Robert Hicks (RFL)

  74. Team news

    Hull FC v Hull KR (20:00 BST)

    Hull FC: Shaul, Lineham, Michaels, Logan, Talanoa, Pryce, Rankin, Paea, Houghton, Watts, Hadley, Minichiello, Westerman.

    Replacements: Bowden, Paleaaesina, Thompson, Cunningham.

    Hull KR: Dixon, Mantellato, Welham, Goulding, Sio, Campese, Kelly, Walker, Lunt, Allgood, Blair, Horne, McCarthy.

    Replacements: Cockayne, Larroyer, Donaldson, Burke.

    Referee: Richard Silverwood (RFL)

  75. Post update

    We'll keep you in touch with both games, while concentrating on matters at the KC Stadium. But before we go any further, here's this evening's line-ups.

  76. Wakey, Wakey!

    Wakefield v Catalans Dragons (20:00 BST)

    When Wakefield won their first two games of the season there were some rumblings about whether they could be this season's surprise package.

    A stack of injuries and five defeats later they prop up Super League.

    Wakefield captain Danny Kirmond

    But coach James Webster has a stronger-looking squad available for the visit of Catalans Dragons, with captain Danny Kirmond, Tim Smith and Jacob Miller all back in contention.

    Another positive for Wakefield? Catalans haven't won on the road yet this term.

  77. Tonight's other derby

    Widnes v Warrington (20:00 BST)

    While the Hull derby may be taking centre stage, at the other end of the M62 (and a bit down the M6 as well), another derby will be played out in Cheshire as Widnes host Warrington.

    Both sides head into the game on the back of defeats, with Widnes well beaten at Salford and the Wolves going down at home to Huddersfield.

    Warrington head coach Tony Smith

    And Wire head coach Tony Smith is expecting a cracking Easter atmosphere.

    "It means a lot to both sets of fans and both sets of players," he told BBC Radio Merseyside. "We've had mixed outcomes there in the past, but we're all focused on a good performance after our last outing.

    "They are tough on their own park and they feel they've got a real advantage there, so we'll do our best to take that advantage away."

  78. Post update

    Of course, the Hull derby isn't the only game tonight.

    Here's what else we have for you in Super League...

  79. Post update

    Hull FC v Hull KR (20:00 BST)

    Gwilym Lloyd

    BBC Radio Humberside

    "It's going to be intense, exciting and brutal - it doesn't matter how old you are, you're either black and white or red and white. Neutrals are not part of the equation tonight."

  80. Inconsistent Robins

    Hull FC v Hull KR (20:00 BST)

    As for Hull KR, their form took a massive upturn last week with a superb victory over St Helens, ending the defending champions' 100% record this season.

    That said, the Robins - who lie eighth in the table - are yet to win back-to-back games this season, so which Hull KR will we see tonight?

  81. Table troubles

    Hull FC v Hull KR (20:00 BST)

    Leon Pryce and Mark Minichiello celebrate a try

    We all know the formbook "goes out the window" when it comes to local derbies. That's a given in the great list of sporting clichés. But let's have a look anyway.

    On the face of it, Hull FC come into the game on the back of some pretty ropey form, with the home side 11th in the Super League table with just two wins.

    But two of those defeats have been by a single point, while another couple have been by margins of four and six points. To my mind, the home side are in a false position in the table.

  82. Get involved on #bbcrl

    The Easter programme is always one of the highlights of the Super League programme and we want to hear how you think it's going to pan out.

    Can Hull KR get the better of the Black and Whites again after winning two of the three meetings last term? Is the visit of Catalans the chance for Wakefield to end their five-game winless run?

    Have your say on tonight's action by using #bbcrl on Twitter.

  83. Fan frenzy

    If you think things might get a little heated in the TV studios later on when the seven party leaders get together for a chinwag, that is as nothing compared to the atmosphere we're about to witness at the KC Stadium.

    More than 20,000 supporters - the fixture's biggest attendance since 2009 - will be crammed in on a night when the city's allegiances are out on full display. Neutrals need not apply.

  84. Prepare for battle....

    So who's ready for an evening of bitter rivalries, aggression and point-scoring?

    But that's enough about the leaders' debates - we're all here to take in some top-class Super League action, with the Hull derby topping the billing, not to mention Wakefield hosting Catalans Dragons and Widnes taking on Warrington.

    Leanne Wood (Plaid Cymru), Nigel Farage (Ukip), Nicola Sturgeon (SNP), David Cameron (Conservative), Natalie Bennett (Green Party), Nick Clegg (Liberal Democrat), Ed Miliband (Labour
    Image caption: The leaders' debate also kicks off at 20:00 BST