Tom Tsang wants London Broncos’ players to deliver a performance supporters can be proud of this weekend when Featherstone Rovers visit in the Betfred Championship (3pm).
The Broncos’ interim head coach will lead our final scheduled home league fixture of the season at the Trailfinders Sports Club on Sunday.
Featherstone arrive in the capital in rich form having won their last five fixtures against Batley, York, Dewsbury, Oldham and Halifax respectively.
Tsang said Rovers’ have threats in all areas of the pitch and he wants Broncos’s squad to maximise opportunities, be disciplined and play to their full potential.
“We’re focused on the job at hand,” said Tsang. “Myself, the staff and all the players are 100% committed to achieving something this season.
“We’re still working as hard as we can, and we still believe. Featherstone are a danger across the pitch.
“Their outside backs really get on the front foot, they’ve got some dangerous middles whose link up play with playmakers allows them to really punish teams when mistakes are made.
“They score a lot of tries from kicks as well. It’s going to be a fast game, and we know we’ve got to stop as many offloads as we can because that’s where their strengths lie. We want to make this game an arm wrestle and maximise our opportunities.”
Sunday marks the first of three regular season fixtures left for the Broncos to fulfil. A trip to York City Knights on Sunday, September 19, follows this weekend’s match while our visit to Newcastle Thunder is to be rescheduled.
Tsang said he would love to see a strong crowd turnout for Sunday’s game and hopes his players can deliver a positive performance on home soil.
“Time flies by and it’s crazy to think this weekend is our final scheduled home game,” said Tsang.
“It would be great to see a big crowd turn out to cheer on the boys. We want to keep pushing forward this season and we believe if circumstances fall in our favour and we work hard then we can get something from the game.”
Tickets for Sunday’s match are available to purchase here. Adults can attend for £20 while concessions and U16s enter for £15.