Hurt Tigers ready to bite Wolves back

Castleford Tigers assistant coach Danny Orr has admitted that his players were wounded by the heavy hone defeat that they suffered at the hands of Warrington recently.

Wire are the visitors to the Jungle again on Thursday night, and Orr has insisted that the Tigers are using the defeat as some extra motivation to claim two points.

“Warrington totally outplayed us the other week, they were just too good for us on the day, and good luck to them, they deserved the win,” Orr told his club’s official website.

“When we played them at their place earlier in the season we deserved the win, we just edged them and got our win over there so it is 1-1 and all to play for on Thursday night,

“The lads were hurt by what they produced in that game. You can live with losing sometimes so long as you play to your standards, and we were absolutely nowhere near versus Warrington, but credit where it is due Warrington were very good on the day.

“I think it’s a big game for both teams, we want to win to keep in touch with the four and Warrington know that if they don’t win they’ll have a bit of a fight to get there.

“It’s a must win for both teams so that adds a bit of spice to it, and I am sure it will be a good contest.”

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