Bradford head coach Francis Cummins admits that his Bulls side will have to be at their best to emerge victorious over local rivals Leeds this evening, admitting that they are a dangerous side to face at this moment in time.
Their all-conquering backs division has contributed to some heavy wins so far in 2014, including back-to-back victories against Wakefield Trinity Wildcats of late. And Cummins – an ex-Leeds player himself – admits they pose a great test for his side.
“They are good. They probably didn’t hit their straps against Wakefield last Friday but they are looking solid,” Cummins said.
“They are a threat all over the park and they are defending really well.
“They are in that confident mood which makes them dangerous. If they get a roll-on and everything starts to drop into place then you’re going to have a tough day at the office.”