Since then, the Rhinos have won three of their four fixtures to steal a march on their opponents at the summit, but Hall insists that he and his teammates still have a point to prove.
"They are a tough side and when we played them up in Newcastle we didn't show our best against them, so all we can ask from ourselves is to show our best this time," he is quoted as saying by the Yorkshire Evening Post.
"We didn't perform last time and that was the most disappointing thing, because it was on a big stage. We like to pride ourselves on being able to rise to those occasions, but we really let ourselves down.
"We are in their backyard this time and we don't have a great record there, but hopefully we can carry on from last week."
Victory for Leeds at the DW Stadium will see them open up a five-point lead over St Helens.