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Live Reporting

Jay Freeman

All times stated are UK

  1. Farewell for now

    FT: Hull FC 4-36 Wigan

    Hull FC v Wigan

    Another day, another double header draws to a close and we've got a thrilling line-up in the Challenge Cup semi-final to look forward to.

    It's been a day of highs and lows, with Hull valiantly battling against a rampant Wigan side coming after an incredible advert for rugby league as Warrington edged out St Helens.

    But for now, that's where we'll leave things. Thank you for joining us.

  2. 'Important to get a good start'

    FT: Hull FC 4-36 Wigan

    Wigan Warriors back Bevan French told BBC Sport:

    "We knew what Hull were capable of and it was important to get a good start, which made it a lot easier.

    "We changed our game plan after Hull KR and it was important that completion rates were high in the first 20 minutes.

    "We wanted to put some practice in to the grind and kicking to the corners, but we fell away a bit from the game plan. We have a lot to work on for next week."

  3. Full time

    Hull FC 4-36 Wigan

    Wigan celebrate

    All over and Wigan see out the victory against Hull FC and go through to face Leeds in the Challenge Cup semi-finals.

    In all honesty, that was over after about five minutes, and Hull understandably looked tired after three games in nine days.

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    Hull FC 4-36 Wigan

    Mahe Fonua does well to make some metres down the wing as he looks to repeat his efforts from earlier as he got Hull off the mark.

    But Wigan close him down once more as they regain possession.

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    Hull FC 4-36 Wigan

    John Kear

    Wales & Bradford Bulls coach on BBC Two

    "Credit to Hull for asking so many questions there. But again credit to the scramble defence of Wigan."

  6. Post update

    Hull FC 4-36 Wigan

    Blimey, Marc Sneyd plays a fantastic kick which he catches himself and offloads in quick succession as Hull test Wigan on the counter.

    However Wigan scramble to close them down almost as soon as they think they're through.

    Great stuff from both sides.

  7. Post update

    Hull FC 4-36 Wigan

    Credit to Hull to avoid being nilled and for Wigan for putting on as assured a performance as you could hope for.

    But this hasn't lived up to what we were treated to in the earlier tie, has it?

    Six minutes remain.

    Hull FC's Mahe Fonua in action
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    Hull 4-36 Wigan

    John Kear

    Wales & Bradford Bulls coach on BBC Two

    "Wigan will be disappointed that zero is gone, but Hull at long last have got something."

  9. TRY: Hull FC 4-36 Wigan

    Mahe Fonua

    Hull FC are off the mark! Mahe Fonua runs in a consolation at the corner and it's well worked, too, as he touches down under pressure from Oliver Gildart.

    Marc Sneyd misses the kick from a tight angle.

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    Video caption: Fonua scores consolation try for Hull
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    Hull FC 0-36 Wigan

    Jonathan Davies

    Former GB international on BBC One

    "It is a walk in. Wigan are just totally dominant.

    "They are aggressive in defence, clinical in attack and their kicking has been good as well."

  11. TRY: Hull FC 0-36 Wigan

    Oliver Gildart, goal Zak Hardaker

    Oliver Gildart runs in another Wigan try and a clinical performance for Adrian Lam's side continues.

    Zak Hardaker adds the two right in front of the sticks and, as if it was ever in doubt, Wigan are going through to the Challenge Cup semi-finals.

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    Video caption: Gildart adds another try as Wigan extend lead
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    Hull FC 0-30 Wigan

    Sam Powell tries to run onto his own kick as Wigan keep pressing for a seventh try.

    Hull scoop up the ball and valiantly avoid conceding again.

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    Hull FC 0-30 Wigan

    Jonathan Davies

    Former GB international on BBC One

    "They look so dangerous, Wigan on the break. They have pace everywhere.

    "Bevan French has been an X-factor, he has brought something special."

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    Hull FC 0-30 Wigan

    Zak Hardaker tries to chase onto his own kick as it falls from above but it takes a wicked bounce and deflects right away.

    Wigan beginning to try a bit of anything as they look to steer home victory and a pathway to the semi-final.

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    Hull FC 0-30 Wigan

    I mean, one way of looking at this if you're Hull FC is that at least it's not more than 30 points..

    Liam Farrell try
  16. TRY: Hull FC 0-30 Wigan

    Liam Farrell

    Both sides exchanging some big tackles but there's some indiscipline and frustration from Hull as they concede a penalty on halfway.

    Wigan continue their attack and Liam Farrell links up with a fantastic offload from Sean O'Loughlin to score his second try of this match.

    Zak Hardaker just about misses the extras.

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    Video caption: Farrell goes over for his second try
  17. Post update

    Hull FC 0-26 Wigan

    Matt Newsum

    BBC rugby league commentator on BBC Two

    "Throwing shapes, landing punches. Can Wigan put Hull on the deck with another score?

    "It's like one of those nature programmes where the lions are off hunting."

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    Hull FC 0-26 Wigan

    Liam Farrell is moments from turning and crossing over for Wigan but he's held up by three Hull players as they desperately try to stop Adrian Lam's side from scoring again.

    Wigan look dangerous every time they're in possession at the minute.

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    Hull FC 0-26 Wigan

    Bevan French for Wigan

    Another dominant Wigan set led by the superb Bevan French sees Bureta Faraimo hastily collect the ball on his own try-line in the corner.

    Wigan pelting Hull yet again.

  20. Post update

    Hull FC 0-26 Wigan

    There's been a succession of Jackson Hastings long-range kicks on the turnover and the wind seems to be carrying the ball in Wigan's favour.

    As if they need any further encouragement with their sizable lead..