Leigh coach Neil Jules has described Bradford as a dangerous and desperate opponent on Sunday.
The Bulls head to Leigh tomorrow to take on the Centurions.
“Bradford have dropped out of the top four and that will make them dangerous, they are desperate and surely they won’t relish coming to our place but that can make them a dangerous team,” Jukes admitted.
“We are never disrespectful, they are a good team, they are well coached but we have to worry about ourselves and if we bring our ‘A game’, we give ourselves the best of chances.”
Leigh sealed an impressive 38-12 victory away at top of the table rivals London Broncos last wekeend.
Jukes praised his side’s appetite for the game and performance.
“Early on our defence and our contact was superb, it just showed that our attitude was nailed on,” he said.
“Our focus and attention to detail was brilliant. I think we are going in the right direction to keep a side like London to twelve points.
“We are growing in confidence with our defence, structure-wise and in contact but I’m just really pleased for the boys.”