Oldham v Workington preview.
Roden focused on Roughyeds defence
Caretaker Oldham coach Martin Roden insists his side's focus will be on defence against Workington Town after the Roughyeds conceded 46 points against Doncaster last week.
Roden said: "We are trying to get everyone on the same wavelength by working on line unison and line speed.
"To concede 46 points at home, like we did on Sunday, is simply not good enough."
Roden is hopeful both David Cookson (thigh) and Lucas Onyango (chest) will be fit for Sunday's game, but Chris Murphy is doubtful with a dead leg.
Workington's Brett Carter is set to miss the next two weeks after undergoing a minor operation, while Stephen Dawes is out for the season after suffering a cruciate ligament injury.
Town coach Gary Charlton insists his side have to back up last week's win over Barrow with another impressive display.
Charlton said: "Finishing top is in our own destiny now. We've three games to go and we've to win them all.
"We attacked pretty well and scored some good tries, but we were a bit off in defence against Barrow. We've got to learn how to defend a little bit better."
On Oldham, he added: "They'll be trying to impress Martin Roden, and they've got some good players down there.
"You always expect a tough game, but as long as we prepare well hopefully we can come away with the points."