However, Ollie Pursglove could return to action on Sunday to boost March’s options.
March’s side collected their third successive bonus point with a 20-10 defeat against Swinton Lions last week.
March said: “We are so close but yet so far. The last time we won was in July, and losing becomes a habit just as much as winning.
“We need to get out of the losing habit pretty quickly, but I believe in the ability of the squad and coaching staff to turn it around.”
Centurions coach Paul Rowley has doubts over two unnamed forwards, but insists: “We’ve more than enough cover. We’ll be happy with the squad we put out.”
Rowley added: “Keighley aren’t a bad side. They’ve been through a big transition and they’ll get better over time. They’ve some good personnel.
“Everyone talks about Paul March being rugged, but he’s also a smart footballer and people forget that at times. He epitomises what Keighley are all about.”