Dewsbury Rams are gearing up for their biggest crowd of the season when Bradford Bulls visit Tetley’s Stadium on Easter Monday (kick off 3pm).
The Bulls go into tonight’s West Yorkshire derby against Halifax on a terrific run having won their last six matches in all competitions and they are expected to be backed by a large following for the mouthwatering bank holiday clash against the Rams.
The Bulls are second in the Kingstone Press Championship, two points behind 100 per cent leaders Leigh Centurions, who inflicted Bradford’s only defeat on the opening day of the season.
Dewsbury coach Glenn Morrison is, of course, a former fans favourite at Odsal and made his Bulls debut against the Rams in a pre-season friendly before going on to play 56 games for the club.
Wayne Godwin and Karl Pryce also had spells with the Bulls and the latter needs just four more tries for a career century.
Rams supporters are reminded that the North Stand is all ticket for Monday’s game.
The Bulls have been selling tickets in the build up to the clash to help ease congestion on matchday.
Normal admission procedures apply for the South Stand and East Terrace, with cash turnstiles operating, although tickets can also be bought up to kick off.
All corporate packages for the game sold out some time ago such has been the interest the former Super League giants have created since they were relegated to the Championship.
Supporters should note that the club office is closed today (Good Friday).