Whitehaven coach Dave Woods has a fully fit squad ahead of Sunday’s visit of second-placed Featherstone Rovers.
Woods is now hoping to secure a first win against one of the Kingstone Press Championship elite teams.
He said: “Featherstone are in the top three, and we haven’t beaten a team in the top three this year.
“That’s something we need to work on, and we’ll talk about it as a group on Thursday night.”
He added: “These home games that we have left are very big for us. We certainly play a lot better at home.
“We need to keep working hard and stay positive and keep pushing towards the semis.”
Rovers are only two points above Halifax and Doncaster, with six games remaining to secure a top-two finish.
Coach Andy Hay said: “We’ve got a lot to fix up still, but (last week) was a massive improvement in our energy levels and attitude.”