Leigh Centurions assistant coach Paul Rowley hopes last week’s shock 36-16 defeat against Halifax will reignite the Centurions.
Rowley said: “It’s probably given us the kick up the backside we needed, because we were off the pace over the previous two weeks.
“It wasn’t through a lack of enthusiasm or fitness, it was just some bad decisions being made.”
Rowley described Leigh’s squad as “fully fit”, and promised: “We certainly won’t be resting anyone. We’ll have our strongest team out, and we’ll be trying to get back to where we want to be.”
Spicer suffered a broken leg against Sheffield and could now miss the rest of the season.
Rams coach Warren Jowitt said: “This week’s very important to us. We need to come away with something from this game.”
He added: “The good thing about my side is that the effort is there, they’re still trying and we’re still quite confident we can get something out of this season.
“There are nine games left, and there is still a lot of football to be played.”