Sandercock: Bradford v Hull KR 'will be brutal'
HULL KR coach Craig Sandercock knows a big physical challenge awaits his side at Bradford tomorrow.
And he says his pack must win the battle of the brawn and lay the platform for a third successive win.
Bradford head the charts going into round seven of Super League in metres made, and also boast the most off-loads.
And Sandercock says that points clearly to the Bulls' strength being in their pack.
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"It will be a big physical battle and it will be a challenge for our forward pack," Sandercock told the Mail.
"Bradford have a very big forward pack and strong powerful backs too.
"They get over the advantage line very well and Jarrod Sammut has been on fire for them.
"Keith Lulia is a big boy out wide and they have Brett Kearney as well.
"They have got a good mix and we need to make sure we work together in defence.
"I see weaknesses in every single side in the competition and it's whether we are good enough to exploit them."
Sandercock has also warned his side to expect a response from Bradford after blowing a winning position against Widnes to draw 22-22.
"They will be gearing up for a big game in front of their own fans," he added.