Kear wary of underdogs Underbank

Bradford Bulls coach John Kear (pictured) says he will prepare his side the same as he would for a top Championship team when they face amateurs Underbank Rangers in the fourth round of the Coral Challenge Cup.
The tie, which will be streamed live on BBC Sport, pits the Huddersfield community club against the six-time winners.
Kear’s career has been punctuated with several notable against-the-odds Challenge Cup triumphs, but to his knowledge he has never been one the wrong end of a major shock himself.
And he doesn’t intend to start against Richard Knight’s team this Sunday.
Kear said: “We loved being the underdogs last year against Leeds and came up trumps, and I’ve no doubt Underbank will love being the underdogs against what is still perceived to be a very big club.
“We’ve seen the other side of the coin so we need to be able to handle this.
“We’ll pick the best team possible, give them all the due respect and make sure we prepare as thoroughly as we would for London, York or Featherstone.
“It’s a fantastic draw for them, and what we have with playing at Dewsbury is that when you get 2,500 people in the ground it’s a buzzing atmosphere.
“I’m sure their players will love that aspect of it and want to give a very good account of themselves.
“We’ve got their previous round win at West Wales on a USB stick and will have a real good look at that early this week.
“We’ll do everything we can to make sure we pay them every respect they deserve.”