Dewsbury Rams coach Warren Jowitt is hoping to finish the year in spectacular style when his side’s season ends on Sunday.
Jowitt said: “It was good to get a win at Whitehaven, but the score probably flattered us a little bit. The future’s bright for Whitehaven, they had us on the rack a few times.
“This week it will be a tough encounter. Barrow are a quality side. They’re up there at the top of the league with Halifax and Leigh.
“We know it’s going to be a tough game, but we’re in form at the moment. We’ve been playing well. We’ve got five wins out of our last seven.
“We know it’s a big ask, but if we play as a team and do what we can do then it will be a good game.”
Fletcher has recovered from a knee injury, while James could return after three months out with an ankle problem.
Raiders beat Keighley 54-0 last week in a display that has given McCormack plenty of encouragement.
He said: “It’s nice to see that we are enjoying defending and we are working for each other – that’s a good sign for us.”