Keighley v Leigh preview.
Timely returns give Cougars confidence
Keighley Cougars coach Jason Demetriou will be boosted by the return of Neil Cherryholme, Gavin Duffy and Paul March for Thursday's televised Co-operative Championship fixture with Leigh Centurions.
March has served a one-match ban, while Cherryholme and Duffy look set to be recalled after being rested for last week's 34-6 win against Dewsbury Rams.
Demetriou is also hoping Danny Jones will be available. Jones faces an RFL disciplinary hearing on Wednesday night.
Demetriou said: "Defensively we were very good last week. We were a bit nervy with the ball in hand, especially in the first half, but we dominated the game in the end.
"We'll need to be very good this week, because Leigh are one of the best sides in the competition. They're right up there with the big boys.
"They come at you from all over the park. Ridyard, Duffy and Beswick are all good with the ball in hand, and they challenge you in lots of different areas."
Leigh coach Paul Rowley, who last week watched his men beat Hunslet 36-6, is hoping to have Tommy Gallagher available.
The Centurions forward twisted his ankle in training last week, but Rowley does not expect him to be out for long.
Victory for the Centurions could see them pull six points clear of sixth-placed Keighley.