Woods has warned his side not to underestimate the Lions, despite their record of only two wins from their first 10 league fixtures this term.
Woods said: “We were at the wrong end of the table and knocked off Doncaster, so we know we need to turn up. They’ve some good players – the Hawkyard brothers are very good – and we need to be ready.”
He added: “For us, what we’re searching for is a bit of consistency. We’ve got a capable squad and we just need to kick on from our last two wins.”
Watson said: “We were better against Keighley, but individual errors and penalties are still costing us.
“Whitehaven seem to be flying at the moment. They recruited a really good squad and it’s another big challenge for us, but it’s something to look forward to.
“Brett Seymour is obviously going to be a threat, but they’ve also got a big pack too.”