Stand-off – Albert Kelly
The half-backs and some may find this rather controversial but first up is Albert Kelly.
His opposite number George Williams may have previously won Young Player of the Year, but Kelly, for Hull, has been simply sensational.
His 20 tries last season was his highlight and one of the many reasons why he become a hot contender for Man of Steel.
He may have missed out but his attack is always devastating, especially his side-stepping skills and certainly a figure Hull will look to in this one.
Scrum-half – Marc Sneyd
But as his Marc Sneyd, who can terrorise any defence he comes across.
His kicking game is next to none, both in play and his goal kicking as he amassed 117 in 2017.
It was on show against the Giants as more than one try for Hull came from his robotic left boot.
It was such an attribute that saw him top Hull’s try assists with 18 last season, meaning he is another important figure who Hull will to in this one.