Salford are hoping to confirm their status as play-off contenders by winning at Castleford on Sunday.
The Reds have recorded impressive back-to-back wins over Huddersfield and Catalan Dragons and come up against a Castleford side hopelessly out of form and shipping points at a rate of knots.
They conceded 42 at Bradford on Monday, having let in 70 and 32 in the weeks preceding that fixture.
As a result, the odds favour Salford, but their coach Phil Veivers is refusing to make predictions on the back of his side's recent upturn.
"We have some very important games coming up and all we can do is keep going out there performing to the best of our ability," he said.
"There will be no bold statements or predictions from me - I just want us to keep working hard, progressing and developing.
"We have played well - we showed terrific character last time out and there is everything to play for from here on in."
It is already getting to the stage where Cas have little play for other than pride.
After an exciting campaign in 2011 when they blooded a stream of youngsters and topped the table at one stage, they have floundered badly this time around.
Their players released an apology for their performance recently and Australian back Ryan McGoldrick, who is calling time on his seven-year stay with the club at the end of the season, knows they have not been good enough.
"You can't sugar-coat it and say it's this reason or that reason, we've just been terrible," he said.
"Monday's game at Bradford summed that up. It was fairly boring and dour to play in. We have got to find some sort of solution to what's going wrong, if not for the fans and the club just for ourselves and our families."