Can the Rhinos roar back again?
From the Millennium Stadium to the KC Stadium, the Super League is back to more familiar ground this week for the second round of fixtures.
The Rhinos (4/9) will be hoping to take the momentum from Wales to Hull (13/8, draw 18/1) though as they aim for back-to-back wins to open up the campaign with.
What Leeds won't want though is the need to fight back from such a deficit as they did against Bradford, Brian McDermott's team looked dead and buried at 28-10 before mounting a phenomenal comeback to take it 28-32.
If history does repeat itself though, you can take advantage of our fantastic Match Winner offer - Leeds to win the match from being 12 or more points behind.
Hull, of course, were involved in a come-from-behind match themselves at Millennium Magic as they blew a 14-0 lead against rivals KR before eventually losing 22-34, and they won't want reminding that in last season's fixture with the Rhinos they also surrendered a lead, this time 12-0.
The omens are there for this special bet to come in, and at 7/1 it's definitely worth a few quid.
Hull will put new half-back Sam Obst (20/1 first try, 2/1 anytime) straight into the squad after he signed from Wakefield, in place of Liam Cunningham, and Lee Radford (33/1 first, 10/3 any) should be available to start after his try in Cardiff last week.
Kirk Yeaman bagged two tries last time out and he's a 12/1 chance to go over first, 11/10 to pounce at any time.
Rhinos will finally be able to call upon the services of Weller Hauraki (20/1 first, 2/1 any) after the New Zealander got his Visa sorted, the former Crusaders man was excellent in his debut Super League campaign, scoring 11 tries as the Welsh outfit reached the play-offs for the first time.
The second-rower will come in to the team at the expense of injured Ali Lauititi.
Leeds are still without their long-term absentees Jamie Peacock and Danny McGuire, but they should still have enough in the bag to come away with the points in this one.
I would take the 10/11 on Leeds -6 in the handicap market (Hull the same price +6, draw is 16/1), but I'd also have a look at some of our alternative handicap markets, if you think Leeds can really make a statement at the KC then -10 at 13/10 could be a snip, also meaning Leeds by 11-15 in the winning margins at 6/1 looks tempting indeed.
With six straight Super League wins over Hull, and a Challenge Cup success last season to boot, I really can't see how the Arlie Birds are going to get anything from this game, even with a raucous crowd behind them.