Dewsbury coach Warren Jowitt has likened Sunday’s Co-operative Championship relegation battle with Hunslet to a Grand Final.
Jowitt said: “It’s a big game. It’s massive for both teams, and arguably it’s like a final for us.
“We’ve got a fully fit squad to pick from, and that gives us a bit of a selection headache, but that’s a good position to be in.”
The Rams lost 16-8 against Toulouse last week, and Jowitt has highlighted where he expects improvements. He said: “Our forwards went really well. They paved the way and dominated the game, but our half backs had a bad day at the office.”
Hawks coach Paul March said: “We’ve got a bit of competition in the squad, but I want to find a consistent team to keep performing well and pick up some points. I might not change anything, it depends how we go in training.”
He added: “Myself and the team know this is a massive game – it could be the difference between staying up and going down.
“With relegation battles comes pressure. Last year we had a different kind of pressure, but we can’t go away from what we’ve been trying to do all year.”