Doncaster RLFC head coach Gary Thornton spoke to the official website ahead of the bank holiday clash with Workington Town on Monday.
The Dons travel to Craven Park looking for a first win in the Super 8s at the fourth attempt.
Thornton is expecting a tough proposition in the North West.
He said: “It’s going to be a tough game, especially on bank holiday Monday after the Challenge Cup weekend, it will be a tough ask.
“We have a few injuries as well so I’m not quite sure what the squad is going to be just yet.
“Ryan Wright was really struggling against Batley last weekend and had to come off, he will be touch and go for this weekend, I’m not sure how he is going to be.
“Workington are on a good run, Jarrod Sammut has made a massive difference for them, he was a great signing for them and they have certainly kicked on.
“They have put some really good wins together and I think they are serious challengers to win the Kingstone Press Championship Shield.
“It is a difficult place to go and it will be a difficult afternoon, we are down to the bare bones, but hopefully we can go up there and put on a performance.”
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