Radford wants massive support

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Head coach Lee Radford wants the home crowd to spur Hull FC onto glory in Friday's clash against Warrington Wolves.

Rugby League: Radford wants massive support

Hull welcome Warrington to the KCOM Stadium for the final game of the season with both sides chasing a victory that would secure the league leaders' shield.
The hosts are currently second in Super League, just one point behind the visitors, and the scene is all set for a spectacular finale as the pair also eye a home semi-final match for the play-offs.

Radford's men have already got the better of the Wolves in the Challenge Cup final this term, winning 12-10, and the boss will be hoping for a repeat of that performance at Wembley.
Friday's meeting is expected to draw in the biggest crowd for the Airlie Birds this year and the head coach wants the fans to create a fantastic atmosphere for the players to feed off.
"We want some noise. We need a big crowd down at the KCOM to make it as intimidating as possible for Warrington," he said. "It means an awful lot to us as a group and a lot to our supporters as well.
"We want a home semi-final and we’d love to see the home advantage and us playing well and the supporters been right behind us on Friday night."