Halifax coach Matt Calland hopes to back up his side’s first win of the season with another triumph over Barrow Raiders.
Stuttering Halifax finally got their Co-operative Championship campaign up and running with a 56-24 win over Dewsbury on Easter Monday.
It was their first win in six games, but they’ve now got Barrow firmly in their sights.
Calland said: “Hopefully it will give us some confidence.”
Barrow were 30-12 winners against misfiring Widnes on Monday, leaving Nigel Wright in a good mood ahead of Sunday’s clash with last year’s champions.
Wright said: “It was a good performance and a good result.”
He added: “We’ve got some games coming up which I think we can go and perform in, and bring home the points.
“It’s going to take a lot of effort, but the boys are committing to that.”