Jake Trueman named in Hull FC side as Simon Grix also backs two young guns

Jake Trueman will make his long-awaited Hull FC return this Friday night. The half-back has been named on the Black and Whites' bench as Simon Grix's side take on Warrington Wolves, capping a lengthy rehab process after rupturing his Achilles tendon last August.

Elsewhere, Grix has also handed a second club debut to Tom Briscoe on the wing, with Cam Scott coming back into the side. They replace Liam Tindall, Logan Moy, and Will Gardiner.

At full-back, Jack Walker starts again with Briscoe joined by Lewis Martin on the wings, with the teenager keeping his place in the side. Ed Chamberlain and Liam Sutcliffe occupy the centre spots, with Smith joined in the halves by Jack Charles.

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Up front, Herman Ese'ese starts alongside Ligi Sao at prop. Danny Houghton is at hooker. In the back row, Scott starts with Jordan Lane, with Joe Cator getting the nod at loose-forward.

Trueman is joined by Jack Brown, Yusuf Aydin, and Franklin Pele on the bench. Moy is the 18th man.

Hull Starting XIII: 31. Jack Walker; 44. Tom Briscoe, 43. Ed Chamberlain, 4. Liam Sutcliffe, 26. Lewis Martin; 19. Morgan Smith, 40 Jack Charles; 8. Herman Ese'ese, 9. Danny Houghton, 12. Ligi Sao; 17. Cam Scott, 12. Jordan Lane; 15. Joe Cator.

Interchange: 6. Jake Trueman, 20. Jack Brown, 45. Yusuf Aydin, 10. Franklin Pele

18th man: 37. Logan Moy