Andrew Henderson’s side travel to the MBi Shay this weekend, taking on Halifax in round six of the Kingstone Press Championship.
With four wins from five under their belt, Henderson says his changed squad is looking forward to another challenge.
“I think the team is in a good place at the moment – we are starting to come together and everyone is working hard to improve and keep moving forward.
“This will be our toughest away fixture so far this season. Halifax will certainly challenge us and ask a lot of questions of our defence. They are a skillful and attack minded team.
“I have been pleased with our defensive attitude recently and our overall defence has improved in the last two games. However, we will have to maintain those standards and work better defensively this week to limit their opportunities.
“Everyone is excited by the challenge this weekend but also the opportunity. I’m certain the 17 selected will be determined to earn another win away from home.”
London Broncos v Halifax, Sunday 12 March, MBi Shay, 3pm:
28 Sadiq Adebiyi
7 Will Barthau
22 Matt Davis
32 Matt Davies
5 Kieran Dixon
18 Ben Evans
12 Matt Garside
11 Daniel Harrison
3 Ben Hellewell
10 Mark Ioane
1 Elliot Kear
17 Mark Offerdahl
13 Jay Pitts
27 Ben Pointer
4 Adrian Purtell
16 Junior Roqica
6 Jarrod Sammut
24 Alex Walker
2 Rhys Williams
James Cunningham is likely to be available in the next few weeks. Api Pewhairangi’s random infection is clearing, and he should be available in one to two weeks. He was set to feature on Sunday against the Bulls but took ill that morning.
Eddie Battye is set for another specialist review to confirm he is likely to be available for selection in May.
Andy Ackers’ return date will be made clearer after an upcoming specialist appointment.
Dalton Grant, Michael Channing and Tom Spencer are all progressing well.