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Wolves travel to Hull by train


IT has been confirmed by Hull FC that tonight’s game against Warrington Wolves is due to go ahead at the KCOM Stadium as planned.

The recent closures on the M62 eastbound had raised concerns over whether the match would be played tonight (7.45pm).

But the Wolves team traveled by train this afternoon to avoid any road closures that may be in place.

The team have been in communication with The Black and Whites, the RFL and Sky Sports, who will broadcast the game live, with all parties eager for the game to go on as intended.

It is advised that supporters also keep themselves updated on highways closures/re-openings by checking online and social media.

Warrington official supporter’s coaches have now been cancelled by the club after receiving advice from the Highways Agency, coach operators and the Met Office.

Refunds will be presented to Wolves fans that are unable to make the trip via the coach service.


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