Rovers are aiming to back up last week’s victory at Keighley with a first home win in this year’s Co-operative Championship.
Powell said: “We weren’t great with the ball, but we were good enough to score four tries and that was enough to win the game.”
Rowley said: “We’re looking strong. Our only injury is Tommy Goulden, so we’re in a pretty healthy position.”
He said: “Both sides were fantastic. The completion rates were in the high 80s and early 90s, there were four tries each and it was a tough encounter.
“We’re not a million miles off. We need to remember what we’ve been through, but we do set our standards high. They’ll need to be high again this week.
“Featherstone have been the form team for the last three or four years. It’s been a long time since we’ve been there and come up with a victory, but we see this as an opportunity.
“We can’t wait to go there and test ourselves against the best team in the league.”