Featherstone Rovers coach Ryan Sheridan wants his side to start building some momentum ahead of the season run-in.
He said: “It’s good that we can play again this weekend.
“It was a great victory at Barrow and if we can get a good week’s preparation then we can start building some momentum going into the next block of games.
“Workington have some good players – their halves are a real threat, and Jamie Thackray is a handful with the ball.
“They will definitely be a challenge for us.”
Workington have Salford City Reds forward Jordan Walne back on loan at the club, after he played for Oldham on dual registration last week.