RIVAL coaches Brian McDermott and Terry Matterson both reckon their team will go into the Carnegie Challenge Cup semi-final in decent shape.
McDermott’s Leeds Rhinos are bidding for a second successive Wembley appearance, while opponents Castleford Tigers are in their first semi-final since 2002.
The Leeds coach admitted to being “nervous” about the threat Tigers will pose at Doncaster’s Keepmoat Stadium.
But he insisted: “Everything is good and we have had a pretty focused week.”
McDermott will select from a full-strength squad, but Matterson has seven players unavailable.
The Cas boss said: “Our form has been pretty good. It has been a bit up and down, but we’ve faced difficult circumstances.
“We have had a really tough run, but we have done a lot of good stuff.