Hull KR must take Warrington 'attitude' to London Broncos
HULL KR coach Craig Sandercock says his players must face London Broncos with the same attitude as they had against Warrington as they look for successive wins for the first time this season.
Sandercock admits finding the mental toughness needed in Super League every week is the quality which separates the best from the rest.
But he has every faith in his players to reproduce their superb attitude and desire against the Broncos tonight (6.15pm).
"Our attitude was a lot better against Warrington than it had been, and getting that attitude right every week is the hard part," Sandercock told the Mail.
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"It's up to the players to prepare the way they did and to make sure the travel and the late kick-off doesn't affect us.
"We have to pay attention to every possible detail."
A second successive win for Sandercock will certainly ease the pressure on him following a disappointing start to the campaign.
He knows a win in London will also keep his side in the top eight, but is taking nothing for granted.
"Back-to-back wins will keep us up there in the mix with those sides in and around the middle of the table," he said.
"It's important to keep momentum on our side, but London have a massive forward pack and Antonio Kaufusi is a big boy.
"Craig Gower has played for Australia as well and he leads the team around very well.
"We need to make sure we are disciplined and we are in the arm wrestle, like we were against Warrington.
"We controlled the ball well, kicked well and chased well and we need to do that this weekend. Our defence has taken a fair bit of criticism this season, but it was pleasing to keep a class side like Warrington to 12 points."