THIS is sure to be the biggest test of the season to date for both Hull FC and Warrington Wolves.

Can The Wire inflict Brett Hodgson's first defeat as Black and Whites coach? Or will the former Wolves full-back ensure his old club's start to 2021 gets even stickier?

Here's everything you need to know about the match...

What time is kick off?

Today's match gets underway at 3pm

Can I watch on TV?

The game has not been chosen for live broadcast by Sky Sports, but membership holders from both clubs can stream it live on OurLeague.

However, streaming passes are not available for purchase.

> Here is why non-members cannot buy passes to watch Hull FC vs Warrington Wolves

What is the latest team news?

Gareth Widdop, Jack Hughes and Mike Cooper are expected to come straight back into the Wire side this afternoon having missed the Challenge Cup win over Swinton Lions.

Tom Lineham starts a three-match suspension, with Matty Ashton favourite to replace him.

Gareth Widdop returns for the game against Hull FC. Picture by Mike Boden

Gareth Widdop returns for the game against Hull FC. Picture by Mike Boden

> We predict the Warrington Wolves team to face Hull FC here

Hull will welcome scrum-half Marc Sneyd back into their side and could give Fijian outside back Mitieli Vulikijapani, who has been released from active service in the British Army to take up a deal with the club after impressing on trial.

However, they will be without stand-off Josh Reynolds and forwards Manu Ma'u and Ligi Sao through injury.

Who is the referee?

Robert Hicks is the man in the middle for today's game.

Robert Hicks will be todays referee. Picture by

Robert Hicks will be today's referee. Picture by

What are the pre-match odds?

Competition sponsors Betfred have The Wire at evens to record a victory, with a Hull win available at 11-10 and a draw after 80 minutes 20-1.

Warrington are 5-2 to win by between one and 12 points and 3-1 to win by 13 or more. A Hull win by 1-12 is available at 9-4 and they are 3-1 to win by 13 or more.

Josh Charnley (10-1) is favourite in the first tryscorer market, with Hull's Mahe Fonua and Adam Swift available at 11-1.