Hull FC head coach Lee Radford has named his 19-man-squad to face Wakefield Trinity on Easter Monday.
The Black and Whites will be straight back on the horse after Good Friday’s heroic Derby win, where FC won the game despite playing with just 12-men for 71 minutes.
There are changes to the squad, with Hakim Miloudi named and expected to make his Super League debut at fullback after a sequence of impressive displays at dual-reg partners Doncaster.
That means there is no place for Jamie Shaul who is rested, as is Dobin conquerer Carlos Tuimavave and young back rower Jordan Lane. Youngsters Jack Logan and Jansin Turgut therefore come into the squad.
Meanwhile, Danny Houghton and Mickey Paea, who both returned in the Derby following injuries, are both named once again.
Dean Hadley and Sika Manu remain sidelined through injury.
Wakefield, like Hull, have chosen to rest a host of players too, as the demands of the Easter period take centre stage.
Hull Squad: 2. Bureta Faraimo, 4. Josh Grffin, 5. Fetuli Talanoa, 6. Albert Kelly, 7. Marc Sneyd, 8. Scott Taylor, 9. Danny Houghton, 12. Mark Minichiello, 13. Josh Bowden, 14. Jake Connor, 15. Chris Green, 16. Jordan Abdull, 17. Danny Washbrook, 20. Brad Fash, 23. Mickey Paea, 24, Jack Logan, 25. Jansin Turgut, 28. Hakim Miloudi, 29. Masimbaashe Matongo.
Wakefield Squad: 2. Tom Johnstone, 3. Bill Tupou, 4. Reece Lyne, 6. Jacob Miller, 9. Kyle Wood, 11. Matty Ashurst, 13. Tyler Randell, 15. Pauli Pauli, 16. Tinirau Arona, 17. Craig Huby, 18. Joe Arundel, 19. James Batchelor, 20. Keegan Hirst, 21. Max Jowitt, 22. Jordan Baldwinson, 23. Chris Annakin, 24. Mason Caton-Brown, 25. Ryan Hampshire, 27. Jordan Crowther.