Leigh v Halifax preview.
Duo a doubt for Leigh
Leigh Centurions coach Paul Rowley is set to be without John Duffy and Michael Ostick for the Co-operative Championship clash with Halifax after the pair picked up injuries during last week's 26-0 win at Keighley.
Rob Parker is also ruled out, with Rowley confirming that the former Bradford forward faces a lengthy spell on the sidelines.
Rowley said: "Rob's having an operation on his finger on Friday, and that's probably his season done. It's a big blow for us. We'll be lucky if we get another game out of him this year."
However, Rowley remains in confident mood following his side's impressive win at Cougar Park.
He said: "To be spot on with our defence at this stage of the year is really pleasing. We're going into some important fixtures, starting this week with Halifax.
"They're clearly a dangerous team. They play attractive rugby and we do the same, so it's got the ingredients of a good game."
Centurions have already beaten Halifax three times this year, a fact not lost on Halifax coach Karl Harrison.
"Leigh are a good, good team," said Harrison. "We need to be at our very best to go over there and get a result, but I think things are going our way at the moment.
"We're working very hard on the training field to make the little things go our way."
Halifax are without prop forward Jim Gannon, who has been given a one-match suspension for fighting in a recent game against Sheffield.