Bradford coach James Lowes says the Bulls are not panicking after losing their first league game of 2016.
The Bulls were downed 14-10 by Halifax at The Shay on Monday and they have picked up just one win from their last five games in all competitions.
Lowes sees no reason for alarm.
“We’re not panicking,” he said.
“Everyone starts to think negatively because we got beat, but it’s the first time we’ve been beaten in the league. It’s a bonus that we have a Sunday game coming up. We’ll crack on and work hard to make sure we get where we need to be.”
“We’re putting the work in to try to get towards peaking at the right time.”
Sheffield travel to Odsal after suffering their fourth league defeat in a row.
“We just cruised through it,” Eagles coach Mark Aston said.
“I was angry. They just need to show a bit more heart and show why they’re full time players. I apologised to the fans who travelled because it wasn’t good enough.
“They’ve enjoyed being full time but things will change. It’s definitely going to get tougher for them, starting this weekend.”