Warrington Wolves Head Coach Steve Price has said he remains wary of the threat Hull FC will pose his side on Thursday.
The Black and Whites come into the game without Bureta Faraimo, Adam Swift, Jake Connor, Manu Ma’u, Ligi Sao and Ratu Naulago, but Price is still refusing to take any chances.
He said: “To be honest, I can see them being more dangerous. They’ve got a quality team, a really strong back five that lead a majority of metrics in the Super League in terms of metres and line breaks.
“They have a quality halfback pairing of Marc Sneyd and Albert Kelly, and Scott Taylor and Danny Houghton up front.
“They’re a good team and we hold them in high respect. Were going to have to be better than we were last week and its important we keep growing and building that confidence.”
His side is hoping to make it back-to-back wins for the first time this season, after a 9-8 win against Castleford Tigers last time out.
Their away form has been a subject of concern amongst supporters, and Price says he is hoping they can get back on the right track in East Yorkshire.
He added: “It’s a really good opportunity to get a tick. We’ve changed a couple of things up. It’s a really good opportunity to get a good performance in.
“I know the players are really driven to do that.”