Workington coach Gary Charlton said: “It doesn’t get any tougher than this, especially after Featherstone’s loss against Sheffield – they’ll be keen to put a few things right.
“We’ve got to defend well, because everyone knows how good Rovers are in attack, and how well drilled they are.
“Daryl’s got the type of players that will want to prove they can play and prove how good they are. Our challenge is to come up with something that can stop them.”
He added: “Last week against Batley our effort and enthusiasm was back to what it was; we just let ourselves down with two or three errors. We’ve got to get that out of our game, especially against a side like Featherstone.”