Swinton v Leigh preview.
Watson eyes big finish
Swinton assistant player-coach Ian Watson is confident his side can go out with a bang when they face Leigh in their last Co-operative Championship game of the season.
Watson said: "The former Leigh players in the Swinton team will add some extra spice to the afternoon.
"Hopefully we can finish the season with pride in our own performance.
"If we produce the same attitude and effort we put into the Keighley game we can come out of it with a win."
Centurions coach Paul Rowley has a doubt over Michael Ostick, but insists that "everyone who is fit will play".
Rowley said: "We're doing it tough. We're alright energy-wise, but the season has taken its toll in terms of where we'd have liked to have given some rests, we've not had that luxury."
Now Rowley is preparing his men for what he believes will be one of their toughest challenges of the year.
He said: "Swinton have had a difficult year, but I they don't lack any experience.
"They're full of ex-Leigh players and if they're going to target one game all year, it'd be this one.
"They've got a lot of reasons why they'd want to knock us off, and it'll probably be our toughest fixture of the year."