Hull Kingston Rovers must learn to concentrate for the full 80 minutes if they want to notch their eighth win of the season against Huddersfield Giants on Thursday night, says assistant coach Chris Chester.
“You’ve got to be on your toes against an unpredictable team like the Giants,” he told the Hull Daily Mail.
“Every play they throw something at you and you can’t afford to switch off at any time. Neither can you become lazy when that ball goes away from you, because somebody may drop on it. We’ve got to be on the ball for the full game.
“You can’t really pinpoint one player from Huddersfield, but Danny Brough is one of the best kickers in the competition – if not the world.
“But you take your eye off one player and another one comes up with some magic. They have got strike players all over the pitch. We just know that every individual has got to perform to the best of their ability to get a result, and I’m confident we will.”