Warrington Wolves Head Coach Steve Price has said he is wary of Catalans Dragons and the threats they pose, having played them just a few weeks ago.
The two sides will take to the pitch at Headingley, with a spot in the Challenge Cup Semi-Finals up for grabs. Just two weeks ago, Warrington won 24-8 in Perpignan to end Catalans’ unbeaten start.
On the Dragons, Price said: “They’re a quality team, as we are to. It makes for an exciting challenge.
“They have a quality forward pack and two exciting halves who have been around for a while.
“It makes for an exciting game. We are up for the challenge because we need to be better too.”
At Warrington, Price boasts a decent Challenge Cup records, with reaching two finals and another semi-final, which they lost by just two points.
However, Price was not keen to look too closely at that, adding: “What’s happened in the past has happened. We are a new team, new personnel and a new style.
“It’s more about the process now, and that is Friday night. The preparation is vital and carrying out that 80 minute performance.”