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Kevin Sinfield targets Salford City Reds scalp

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Leeds Rhinos captain Kevin Sinfield warns Salford City Reds that they could face a backlash this weekend.

Leeds Rhinos captain Kevin Sinfield is hoping that his side can bounce back from their recent 14-12 defeat to Castleford Tigers when they host Salford City Reds on Friday night.

The Rhinos skipper believes the troubled Greater Manchester side will pose a threat, but insisted that his team are well prepared for the showdown.

"If you give any team the amount of ball and field position we gave Castleford, you will cause yourself problems," The Mirror quotes him as saying.

"Salford are no different. They have gone through a tough transition. However, we will prepare for the best Salford side we could possibly face."

Leeds are without Ryan Bailey (knee), Jamie Peacock (groin) and Brett Delaney (hamstring) for the Super League clash.

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