Hemel Stags 6
66 Wakefield Wildcats
Saturday 20th April 2013 The Rapid Solicitors Stadium Kick Off: 18:00:00
Hemel Stags Squad
Wakefield Wildcats Squad
Wildcats trio set for debuts against Hemel
Hemel Stags are 1,000-1 outsiders to win the the Tetley's Challenge Cup, especially after conceding home advantage to Wakefield.
But coach Troy Perkins says his team will be in a no-lose situation in Saturday's fourth-round clash at the Rapid Solicitors Stadium..
The Championship One newcomers avoided a Cup upset themselves when they played amateurs Ince Rose Bridge in the last round and Perkins has told his players to simply enjoy the occasion.
"To be in the mix at this stage is great for the club and it doesn't get much bigger or better than drawing Super League opposition," Perkins said.
"Most of our players have never been in the situation to play against players of this calibre before and they may never be in the situation again.
"I just want our players to go out there and compete and we'll enjoy the moment and work hard - this is the cup and it's anyone's game."
Wakefield will give debuts to new signing Jon Molloy and youngsters Dan Maskill, the 17-year-old son of former Wakefield and Leeds hooker Colin, and Ben Shulver and will be captained by Australian prop Justin Poore.