Bradford host Salford this weekend, and coach Mick Potter admits his side are looking to put the record straight after their 56-16 thumping at The Willows earlier in the year.
The Bulls haven’t tasted Super League victory since before that defeat, and you have to go back to April 3rd for when Bradford turned over Harlequins 24-22 at the Grattan Stadium.
Potter said: “Well I suppose it’s a motivating factor because we were embarrassed when we went there. We conceded fifty points and that’s not a good feeling for any professional and I would assume they won’t want that feeling again this week.
“Salford have had some very good results this season, some solid performances but they have also had some performances that they will know are not the best. They have some very good players there that can cause us problems and we will have to contain the likes of Holdsworth, Smith, Ratchford and Patten.
“They are key players for them and play with a great deal of flamboyancy and they have a hard working pack which we will have to contain if we are to kick on.”