Last week the Rams won 30-18 at Doncaster, meaning Warren Jowitt’s men can secure their place in the final rounds of the competition by beating Barrow on Sunday.
Jowitt said: “We had some ill discipline and handling errors against Doncaster, but on the whole we played really well. Our defence was good apart from three really poor efforts from certain individuals.”
Dewsbury’s only injury absentee is Pat Walker (broken arm). Jowitt has an otherwise fully fit squad as he tries to counter Barrow’s expansive style.
He said: “I’ve been watching a DVD and they do attack from anywhere. They’ve got a quality side on paper and every player in the team poses a threat.
“We’re going to have to be on our guard, but the most important thing for me is that we get our systems right and our defensive structure right.”
Barrow coach Garry Schofield said: “We’ve got to learn very quickly that we’ve got to take our chances. We’ve got to be more patient and build more pressure, and be clinical when opportunities arise.”
He added: “Dewsbury’s not an easy place to go. Warren Jowitt will have his team fired up, and it’s a must-win game for both teams.”