My Castleford side play Widnes on Bank Holiday Monday and the most important thing for us is not so much the win but being consistent in our actions.
We have had a good week's training and could get a couple of players back to push for a starting place. Rangi Chase is still out through suspension but I am looking forward to the game at home - we just lost a little but of confidence after the Challenge Cup defeat.
It is part of my job to get that back and get us back in a positive frame of mind but we are looking forward to it - every game is tough and this is no different.
Here are my thoughts on the rest of the weekend's games:
Sunday May 6
London (+4) v Bradford
London are coming off the back of a win over Championship team Batley and even though Bradford lost last week, they have been showing really good glimpses of form. They have a very big pack and they will continue to play well with the inclusion of Luke Gale at half-back. This is a pretty important game for London to show the confidence they gained last week but I favour Bradford, who are starting to move in the right direction.
Warrington v Salford (+24)
Keep in mind that Salford won this corresponding fixture last year, which was a big upset, so beware.The Wolves are improving every week but are not quite where they were at this stage last year, although they have had some key players out. Salford's biggest problem was the tough game they had with Leeds, so can they back up? I would have to side with Warrington to cover at home as they can score points.
Friday May 4
Parramatta (+6) v Canterbury
The hosts have consistently leaked points and Canterbury have been very strong defensively while their attack has not been as fluent. I just feel this week they may be able to improve in this area and learn a lot from the close loss to Manly. I think the Bulldogs are a better team than the Eels and they can win and cover.
Monday May 7
South Sydney v Cronulla (+2)
Cronulla have won six in a row for the first time in a round a decade having been down the bottom of the table for a number of years. South Sydney are just starting to find some form and have their wrecking machine second-rower Dave Taylor back so I feel the Sharks may struggle to continue their recent run. For that reason, go for the Souths to win and cover.