Preview: London v Workington

Captain Neil Thorman is definitely missing for London Skolars as he recovers from a torn bicep.

Joe Mbu‘s side last week lost 62-18 against Widnes in the Carnegie Challenge Cup.

But assistant coach Jermaine Coleman believes the Londoners are heading in the right direction.

Coleman said: “There were a few individual errors, which we can work on, but it was a step forward and more of a team effort. The scoreline didn’t reflect the game.”

Workington Town duo Karl Olstrum (ankle) and Matthew Tunstall (ankle) will both miss the trip to the capital.

Joint Town coach Gary Charlton said: “We’ll still have a decent squad for the match.

“It’s a long trip, but we’ve only got to do it once. We’ll go there with a job to do, and hopefully we can do it well.”

He added: “If we go with the right attitude and go to play, then I think we’ll come away with the three points.

“London play a decent brand of rugby, but I think it’s more about what we do rather than worrying about what they bring. If we play to our strengths and our potential, then I’ll be happy.”

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