The Warriors boss was once dissatisfied with their show within the 16-12 loss at Castleford and is hoping for a large reaction from his avid gamers towards Toronto this night.
But whilst he’s assured they have got sufficient of their arsenal to say the 2 issues, Lam is a realist and doesn’t be expecting the assault to be firing on all-cylinders till the brand new combos have bedded in.
He identified that of their opening recreation, the first-half damage to hooker Sam Powell compelled him to shift his playmakers round.
Powell’s absence intended two extra have been presented for the sport at Cas’, with Harry Smith paired with Jackson Hastings within the halves and Jake Shorrocks bench-hooker.
And with the latter struggling a calf pressure, younger Amir Bourouh will supply back-up to Thomas Leuluai at dummy-half this night – with Powell anticipated to go back subsequent week.
With Hastings nonetheless settling in on the membership and Bevan French adjusting to his new full-back function, Lam says they want to be affected person.
“It could were simple to enter the dressing room at Castleford and lose our most sensible,” he stated.
“However we had a unique backbone to the week earlier than or even in that first recreation, Powell went off, Lockers went to halfback, so we’ve now not had the fluency there that we’d like.
“And till we get that backbone solidified you’ll get clunky portions.”
Lam, regardless that, didn’t reduce the avid gamers any slack over probably the most mistakes and consequences which littered their show in West Yorkshire closing Friday.
“We performed poorly from time to time and I’ll take duty for that. We have been ill-disciplined,” stated Lam.
“We have been 4 issues quick, which is beautiful tight taking into consideration the loss of ball we had, and I’m having a look ahead to seeing us reply.
“It was once embarrassing from time to time. We’ve now not had a lot time to mend it but it surely was once a mentality factor we had to cope with, and we’ve were given a possibility to try this this week.”
Kick-off this night is 7.45pm. The Warriors’ fanzone will once more be open at Robin Park earlier than and after the fit.