Keighley v Featherstone preview.
Tadulala absent for Keighley
Keighley winger Semi Tadulala is ruled out of Thursday's Northern Rail Cup quarter-final against Featherstone.
The former Wakefield ace faces another three weeks on the sidelines following a finger operation, while forward Andy Shickell is doubtful with a shin problem after colliding with the goalposts during last week's 30-16 defeat against Halifax.
Keighley coach Jason Demetriou is demanding a major improvement in his side's composure.
He said: "We didn't play with any big-game mentality against Halifax. We tried to score off every set and we didn't try to build any pressure.
"We can't afford to do that against Featherstone. You've got to get 50% of the ball at least; if you give them a lot of ball then you're in trouble.
"We went okay against them the last time we played, but we had a poor 15-minute spell and they scored three tries off it. We can't do that on Thursday."
Featherstone coach Daryl Powell believes his side are approaching their peak following a 60-18 win over Dewsbury.
Powell said: "We were outstanding, particularly coming away from our own line. It was back to some of our best rugby. It was a big win for us and confidence is building again.
"We've got an outstanding team and it's all in our heads: when our heads are right, we're fine and we don't have any issues."
Rovers are boosted by the return of Anthony England following a one-match suspension, while goal-kicking ace Liam Finn is within sight of a new world record.
Finn has successfully kicked 31 consecutive goals, just seven short of Barry Eaton's record of 38 successful attempts.