Hull KR coach Craig Sandercock wants his team to build on their recent good form by beating high-flying Warrington on Sunday
The Robins are currently in eighth spot on the table after their recent win over neighbours Hull on Magic Weekend and Sandercock believes they face a stern test against the Wolves, who are in second place in the standings.
“It doesn’t come any tougher than a game against Warrington,” he told Press Association Sports.
“They’re second on the ladder, put 68 points on Widnes last weekend and have class players throughout their team.
“They were a little bit understrength last weekend and were missing a few key players who will be back this week.
“When you’re playing a side with as much class as Warrington you need to be at your best and all 17 boys who play for us this weekend need to be at their best.
“If we do that, then I’m quietly confident we’ll be in a position where we could sneak a win,” added Sandercock.