Hull travel to Narbonne in the hope of extending their club record run of 10 successive Super League wins at the expense of Catalans.
It is Hull�s second trip to France having won in Perpignan � the third win of their record run � in April.
Winger Gareth Raynor is their major worry having pulled out of the Great Britain squad with a shoulder injury, but he has travelled to France. Shaun Briscoe could take his place.
Coach Peter Sharp admits he may be considering making changes anyway to deal with the threat of the Dragons.
Catalans Dragons v Hull, Saturday July 1, Parc des Sports, Narbonne
Catalans Dragons 18-man: Beattie, Berthezene, Casty, Cologni, Fakir, Fellous, Guigue, Guisset, Hindmarsh, Jampy, Jones, Khattabi, Mounis, Murphy, Rinaldi, Rudder, Verges, Wilson.
Hull 18-man: Blacklock, Briscoe, Cooke, Carvell, Chester, Dowes, Domic, R. Horne, Lee, McMenemy, Radford, Raynor, Swain, Thackray, Tony, Whiting, Washbrook, Wheeldon.
Ref: P Bentham