Leon Pryce is looking for a high completion rate to get his Workington Town side off to a good start against Coventry Bears tomorrow.

Town boss Pryce knows that his team have not always started games too well this season and has been working all week in training to put that right.

And he is hopeful that they will put their training into action tomorrow at Derwent Park, ko 3pm.

"It is all about concentrating and completing a few more sets as in the first half last week we didn't do that," said Pryce.

"So that's what we have been looking at all week in training."

Pryce has kept his squad relatively unchanged from the one that beat Keighley 34-12 last Sunday.

And he admitted he did not want to chop and change too much to rock the stability of the team in the final crucial weeks of the League One season.

"There are no real changes to the team, we still have Perry Singleton out for a little bit so it will be very similar," said Pryce.

"We will have a late check today on Stevie Scholey but I am comfortable with the side.

"I may rest one or two players, I haven't decided yet but I think it can be very easy to rest a lot of players and then lose your continuity.

"We didn't have Sam (Forrester) for six weeks at full-back and not having him there in a pivotal position for that amount of time was hard.

"All your combinations involve the pivots at one, six, seven and nine so I don't want to chop and change too much as when we come up against tough opposition we might not be flowing and I am mindful of that."

Although Coventry lie near the foot of the table, Pryce will not be letting his players take the foot off the gas.

He added: "I never expect an easy game in this league. We will be going into this game as we would any other.

"I am happy with where we are but I am only taking it one game at a time as there is still a long way to go."

Former Workington Town star Jarrod Sammut helped get his side off to a winning start in the Super 8 Qualifiers on Thursday night.

His last minute drop goal handed London Broncos a 21-20 victory over Widnes Vikings.