Bulls Eye

In Bulls Eye this week, Brian Noble and Stuart Fielden look ahead to Sunday's Tetley's Super League Round 25 game at Brentford when the Bulls meet the Broncos.

BRIAN NOBLE:

DOES THIS WEEK?S GAME TAKE ON AN ADDED SIGNIFICANCE FOLLOWING THE DEFEAT AT WIGAN?

I think all the games are very significant from now until the end of the season. We are trying to play to the best of our form and finish as high as we can in the competition. We want to finish top of the table but that will depend on how well we play in the last four games of the season. Realistically we have to win three of those. I know we are capable of doing that but we need to focus on each game as it comes and make sure we do the things we practiced to do.

We embarrassed London slightly when we played them last month and that will help to motivate them for this weekend?s game. They were off the pace a bit that night but we have watched the tapes of their last couple of games and they are a very good side. They have some high quality players who are all playing well and they have added a few new signings, which will give them fresh impetus for the end of the season. They are also chasing a place in the Top Six and will be looking to get further up the ladder this weekend.

I was very pleased with the effort against Wigan and I think I know why we got beaten. It is something we have looked at as a team and discussed together and it is fixable. It?s important now that we kick on towards the end of the season.

STUART FIELDEN:

LONDON ARE ALWAYS DIFFICULT OPPONENTS FOR US.

They are difficult opponents for us and we need to put the Wigan defeat behind us. They have beaten us this season and we have won in London so the sides are pretty evenly matched. I have not played against them this season so I will be looking for a bog game. I have not really been happy with my own form since I came back from injury but I feel I am getting there. I made some silly mistakes against Wigan but I have a few games before the Play Offs in which to get back to where I want to be. I am working very hard on things at the moment and this week is another opportunity for me.

TEAM NEWS:

Bulls will not name a squad until Saturday.

MILESTONES:

LESLEY VAINIKOLO is the Bulls leading scorer this season with 25 tries.

LEON PRYCE has scored 19 tries for the Bulls this season and 2 for Yorkshire making a total of 21.

JAMES LOWES needs 3 tries for a total of 100 for the Bulls

PAUL DEACON has kicked 141 goals from 177 attempts in all games for the Bulls this season for an average of 79.66 %. He needs 14 points for a career total of 1000.

BULLS EYE IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE MEDIA DEPARTMENT OF BRADFORD BULLS RUGBY LEAGUE CLUB.

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