Tony Smith has called for Warrington to bounce back from their ‘lowest point’ after their 34-14 defeat to Castleford.
The Wolves imploded after taking a 14-0 lead, eventually being blown away by the outstanding Tigers.
A second consecutive defeat means Warrington are almost certain to lose their spot at the top of Super League, and Smith said: “We’re hoping this is our lowest point. and we’ll go away and try and rectify everything we’ve done wrong.
“We’ll go away and try and rectify everything we’ve done wrong.
“We had good control and momentum of the match for the `first half hour. We were in good shape and I thought we should have had more points on the board with the opportunities we created. The momentum we had in the first part meant we should have nailed a few more tries there.
“We came to rue that. Cas threw a bit of caution to the wind on a couple of plays in that last seven or eight minutes and it worked for them. It gave them confidence to have a crack in the second half and it took the wind out of our sails.”
A full report will be in Monday’s League Express.