March said: “Togetherness and belief is the big thing.
“We’ve got the skills and the systems to break teams down, but we’ve just got to have that belief instead of switching off at times.”
Cooke said: “We rested some players last week to freshen the joint up, and they’re back into contention this week.”
On Keighley, he added: “They were up around fifth and sixth not so long ago.
“They’ve won games people haven’t expected to, but since then they’ve lost games people wouldn’t have expected to.
“They find themselves out of the top nine places and that’s a precarious position with six games remaining. I know Marchy well and there’ll certainly be a bit of a smell of desperation around the place.”