Wigan Warriors coach Shaun Wane has urged his side to find their consistency against Leeds Rhinos on Thursday night.
Leeds make the trip to the DW Stadium with a three-point lead at the top of the Super League table.
The Warriors have won three and lost three of their last six games, but Wane is hopeful that they can put their shaky form behind them against the Rhinos.
"Leeds are the best team in the competition so training is a little bit more intense and the lads are ready for it," he told Sky Sports News. "They have trained really well this week and they know it is going to be a really huge game for us.
"Recently we have been inconsistent. I am not happy with the way we are playing. They've done some good things in games and have also done some poor things at certain times so I just want to find that consistency in our performance."
Wigan head into their match with Leeds on the back of a 17-6 defeat to Warrington Wolves.