Workington Town are looking to build momentum on their return to League One action this weekend.

After overcoming Newcastle Thunder last weekend to book a Challenge Cup fifth round-tie against Super League side Leeds Rhinos, Town travel to tackle London Skolars tomorrow (12.15pm kick-off) looking to pick up two more points as the promotion chase begins to hot up.

Assistant coach Craig McDowell said: “We’ve had two good wins on the spin against Newcastle which we were more than happy with so we’re looking to go down and put a good performance in this weekend and hopefully come back with two more points.

“We’re anticipating a hard game although they’ve been up and down so far this season.”

McDowell said Town may lean on dual registration players this weekend in a bid to give some of their squad a chance to recharge their batteries ahead of huge back-to-back games against Rhinos then neighbours and rivals Whitehaven in the league at Derwent Park.

Key man Sean Penkywicz will be unavailable due to a holiday while Danny Tickle could be rested after the hectic schedule so far.

The Leeds game has proved popular with fans, with Derwent Park Supporters Club having already filled three buses to travel down for the clash.