Briers warns team-mates

Wolves playmaker expecting Rhinos to be on the charge

Last Updated: 24/08/12 2:14pm

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Lee Briers: Expecting a 'full-on' clash against the Rhinos

Lee Briers: Expecting a 'full-on' clash against the Rhinos

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Warrington's evergreen stand-off Lee Briers is warning his team-mates to prepare for a "full-on" Carnegie Challenge Cup final against Leeds at Wembley on Saturday.

The former Wales international is one of 10 survivors from the Wolves' 30-6 rout of the Rhinos at the final stage in 2010 and is braced for their response.


"The scoreline is not going to be like it was last time, it's going to be a full-on game," commented Briers.

"I dare say Leeds will be up for a bit of revenge but we can't think about two years ago. We need to be in the moment and our preparation has been quality.

"We know it's going to be a really tough game and we're going to have to perform to the best of our ability to win it."

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