Broncos away to Hull - one change

London will make the trip to the KC Stadium this weekend to meet a team which has found good form.

Unlike London Broncos, Hull FC qualified for next weekend's quarter-finals in the Powergen Challenge Cup, and Tony Rea appreciates that his team is about to face a team that has 'found form'.

Rea commented: "Full credit to Hull, they've found some good form in recent weeks.

And that good form has seen them make it through to the last eight which is something we were unable to do achieve."

We'll go to Hull and be looking to lay a solid base on which to build an improved performance."

The Broncos will make just one change to the team with Tommy Haughey coming in for injured Lee Sanderson (back).

Team as follows:

Paul Sykes, Jon Wells, Mark O'Halloran, Nigel Roy, McNally, Radney Bowker, Dennis Moran, Steve Trindall, Neil Budworth, Steele Retchless, Andrew Hart, Joe Mbu, Jim Dymock ?

Substitutes: Andrew Brocklehurst, Mitch Stringer, Francis Stephenson, Tommy Haughey

Other news:

BRONCOS EXTEND TICKET DISCOUNT FOR SALFORD HOME GAME London Broncos have reduced the ticket price for supporters making the trip to Brentford for next Sunday's rescheduled round 17 Tetley's Super League game at Griffin Park. The game was brought forward by London Broncos, with agreement from Salford City Reds, from its July timeslot to avoid any future complications with pitch unavailability that may have arisen in the summer. Brentford FC will require the Broncos, as in previous years, to vacate the pitch for a period of time in the summer for necessary pitch work. There was a strong chance that the round seventeen game would have been affected, so this course of action has been taken to avert any future inconvenience to fans. With both clubs now out of the Challenge Cup, and the unavoidable short notice to all supporters, there is now limited time for fans, particularly those travelling from Salford, to prepare for a trip to Griffin Park. And given it will be the Reds second trip to London in the short space of one month, London Broncos management has decided to offer a ticket discount for the Ealing Road Terrace. All standard tickets (Ealing Terrace) which are normally ?12 when bought on the day, have been reduced for this game only, to just ?10. These tickets to the Salford game can be bought for through the ticket office (0871 222 1657), online at www.londonbroncos.co.uk or at the game on the day. The Broncos have also introduced the special 'double deal' ticket for any club making two trips to London. Other clubs visiting London twice include Wigan, Wakefield and Warrington. Supporters wishing to take advantage of the 'double deal' terrace ticket can do so now. This ticket promotion is only available to on-line purchases. Other fixture news: London's home game against Bradford Bulls on Monday 3rd May will now kick off at 12.35pm. It was scheduled to kick off at 8pm. London's away game at Castleford, which was scheduled to be played Monday 12th April, will now be played on Tuesday 13th April at 8pm. Both of these fixtures will be televised on Sky Sports

Broncos reduce price for next Sunday's home game against Salford. Tickets, which are normally ?12 when bought on the day for the Ealing Road Terrace, have been reduced for this game only, to just ?10.

These tickets to the Salford game can be bought for through the ticket office (0871 222 1657), online at www.londonbroncos.co.uk or at the game on the day.

London's home game against Bradford Bulls on Monday 3rd May will now kick off at 12.35pm. It was scheduled to kick off at 8pm.

London's away game at Castleford, which was scheduled to be played Monday 12th April, will now be played on Tuesday 13th April at 8pm. Both of these fixtures will be televised on Sky Sports.

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