Castleford coach Daryl Powell says his side need consistency in their game after they lost to Warrington on Thursday night.
The Tigers suffered a fourth defeat in five games since the restart as they fell short to a 12-10 defeat against the Wolves.
Powell said: “It’s frustrating. We’re just not playing great at the minute, our concentration is a bit off, we’re up and down, we can’t piece a game together where we have any consistency.
“I feel a bit nervous watching us. Since the resumption I feel our skills are a bit down and our general game is a bit down. We need a good performance on Sunday, but it will be tough to get.”
Powell has only three days to pick his side up for their Challenge Cup sixth-round tie against Hull on Sunday.
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