Kingstone Press Championship Preview: Workington Town v Featherstone Rovers

Workington Town coach Phil Veivers is without Liam McAvoy (suspended) for Sunday’s Kingstone Press Championship clash with second-placed Featherstone Rovers.

Town are five points behind ninth-placed Keighley Cougars but Veivers remains calm.

Veivers said: “There’s no need to panic – this month was always going to be a tough one and I targeted four points. We have three and there’s still a game to play.”

Featherstone coach Andy Hay could welcome back Steve Crossley after he missed last week’s 22-22 draw with Doncaster due to sickness.

Hay is demanding more focus from his team ahead of Sunday’s match.

Hay said: “(Last week) was probably a point lost, but we’ve still gained two.

“We need to switch on a little bit and smarten up. You can’t give good sides chances, and we’ve got to learn to respect the ball a little bit more.”

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