North Wales Crusaders head coach Anthony Murray wants his side to build on their display against Oldham when they take on London Skolars in the third round of the Challenge Cup this Sunday.
Both Crusaders and Skolars join the competition at the third-round stage and will be eyeing a big draw in round four.
London lost 48-12 to Newcastle Thunder in League 1 last time out, while Crusaders fell to an agonising 16-14 defeat to Oldham.
And Murray is expecting another tough challenge for his side when they travel to London.
“It’s not going to be easy,” he said.
“London are a really difficult team to play against as you sometimes don’t know which team is going to turn up.
“They have the capability of beating anybody on their day, like we do.
“Both teams will want to win so they can get a decent draw in the next round.”
Despite being wary of Skolars, Crusaders’ boss believes his side will give themselves a good chance of progressing should they match their display against Oldham.
“If we go down to London with the standard we’ve set ourselves last weekend, we’ll give them a good game,” Murray said.
“We’ve put a lot of focus into this cup game and we’ve tried to fix up a couple of things from the Oldham defeat.
“I was pulling my hair out at times against Workington, but I was reasonably quiet against Oldham.
“I didn’t need to say too much because we were controlling the game and playing well.
“It’s now about backing it up and I hope we can give a good account of ourselves.”