Keith Senior is the leading try scorer against Hull, with his three tries against them last season taking their tally to 16.
Kevin Sinfield has scored in 16 of the last 17 fixtures against Hull, meaning he is leading points scorer against them with 137 points.
Last season the Rhinos won both their fixtures against Hull FC with two high scoring wins. The home game ended 46-16 to the Rhinos before they claimed their biggest ever away win against Hull with a 43-30 win.
Lee Smith is set to make his 100th start for the Rhinos in Sunday's game. Lee made his debut in the 2005 season and
was a regular in the first team until making his recent switch to rugby union last season. In total he has made 104 appearances with only five coming as a replacement.
Another player heading for a milestone is Jamie Jones-Buchanan, who needs one more try to reach a career total of 50. He has scored 45 of his tries for the Rhinos, whilst 4 have been scored when he was on representative duty with England.
The highest Leeds score against Hull was back in 2002 when they triumphed 52-10, their lowest scoring was a 15-6 win
which came a year earlier. Hull's biggest Super League win over the Rhinos was in 2006 when they triumphed 44-28 at
Headingley Carnegie and their lowest again came away from home the following year when they registered a1 17-6 win.
Brian McClennan has named the same 19 man squad which was selected for Catalans Dragons on Monday however Danny Buderus is expected to return after being rested on Monday.
The squad in full is:
1 Brent Webb
3 Brett Delaney
4 Keith Senior
5 Ryan Hall
6 Danny McGuire
7 Rob Burrow
8 Kylie Leuluai
9 Danny Buderus
11 Jamie Jones-Buchanan
12 Ali Lauitiiti
13 Kevin Sinfield
14 Matt Diskin
16 Ryan Bailey
17 Ian Kirke
18 Carl Ablett
19 Luke Burgess
24 Luke Ambler
26 Tom Bush
28 Lee Smith