Warrington coach Tony Smith has welcomed the break for his players as we close in on the midpoint of The Qualifiers.
The Wolves were uninspiring in a 22-8 win over Championship side Halifax at the weekend, and their next game sees them travel to face London Broncos.
With three wins from three, Warrington are well on course to retain their Super League status and will have their eyes on a 100% record, a feat achieved by Hull KR in 2015.
Smith said: “We need a bit of a break from the intensity.
“We’ll do plenty of work this week. We’re not giving too much time off, but there’s some things that we need to freshen up.
“We’ll need to be right on the money down there with it being away game. At home, you can afford to occasionally be a bit flat and come back sharp.
“We need to be much sharper for the entire 80 minutes and we will be by then. I’ve got a lot of faith in the boys.”
London have just one point from their three games, a draw against Featherstone, though have been unfortunate in defeat to Catalans and Hull KR, losing by a total of seven points.