Bradford coach Francis Cummins believes the club’s fans will have a big part to play in the Bulls’ Challenge Cup quarter final fixture against Warrington in June.
The Odsal club were given a home draw but face one of the league’s toughest teams. To progress, Cummins thinks the Bulls need a big response from the fans.
“There is a reason why Catalan win the penalty count at home more often than not and that’s because their fans are very vocal,” Cummins told the Yorkshire Post.
“I said I was proud of the players on Sunday but I was proud of the supporters as well. If we can get some more form behind us then I’m sure we’ll get more support against Warrington for what will be a massive game – a quarter-final of the Challenge Cup.”