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Harlequins hope to maintain their recent form following successive wins over Catalans Dragons and Wigan as they travel to Wakefield.
Quins had been struggling in 11th place before the Easter programme but now another victory could lift them to within striking distance of the top six.
Half-back Luke Dorn believes the team are now being rewarded for their hard work.
Dorn said: ?It is about confidence but that just does not happen overnight. You have to keep working hard and then things will work for you.
?There are no short cuts and you soon find that it's the little things in a game which can add up to something special.?
Wakefield Trinity Wildcats v Harlequins RL, Belle Vue, Sunday April 23 2006
Wakefield 18-man squad: Halpenny, Demetriou, Whittle, Tadulala, Jeffries, Obst , Griffin, Korkidas, Solomona, J. Field, Betham, White, Wrench, Rooney, MacGillivray, Catic, Saxton, Atkins.
Harlequins RL 18-man squad: Bradley-Qalilawa, Budworth, Clubb, Dorn, Haumono, Heckenberg, Hopkins, Leuluai, Lucky Luisi, McLinden, Mbu, Mills, Purdham, Randall, Smith, Temata, Tookey, Williams.
Referee: P Taberner