However, Aston is demanding a change in attitude for Sunday’s match. He said: “I’m not happy about the way we played in the second half – we were disrespectful.
“I asked the lads to be ruthless, and we weren’t.”
Miles Greenwood (dead leg) is Halifax’s most recent injury concern, having suffered the injury during last Thursday’s 32-20 defeat against Featherstone.
That result left Halifax at the bottom of the Co-operative Championship table as the only team to have lost all of their games this season.
Under-pressure coach Matt Calland said: “I can’t fault the effort, but we need to be smarter in certain areas.
“We showed a lack of discipline in the second half (against Featherstone), and that started the rot.”