Wakefield will visit Castleford next week in buoyant mood after a comprehensive 30-4 win at home to Widnes on Friday.
Dean Hadley weighed in with a couple of tries as Trinity recorded their fifth victory of the season and set up a mouth-watering derby game on Good Friday.
“We’ll go there full of confidence, although they are running red hot at the moment,” said Wakefield boss Chris Chester.
“They are attacking very well at the moment – but we are playing well ourselves. They have not got many flaws.
“Twelve months ago you might have said the defence wasn’t as good as the attack, yet they’ve turned that around but we’ll go their with a plan.
“Both teams are on fire and I’m sure the fans will turn out in numbers for the game.
“It was a pleasing performance – keeping a team scoreless in the second half shows some toughness and resilience.
“This game was a potential banana skin – they (Widnes) had a really good performance against Leigh last week so we knew they would come at us.
“We needed to control the ball and were a bit off at first – we were down at 40 percent completion at one stage.
“We then completed the next eight sets, scored some good tries and created some good plays off of the back of it.”