Millward happy with home match

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Castleford Tigers will aim to maintain their excellent home form against bottom side London Broncos on Sunday.

After beating champions Leeds Rhinos 14-12 in their opening home game, the Tigers drew 17-17 with Catalan Dragons before being pipped 28-22 by Wigan Warriors in the dying minutes after recovering from 22-4 down to level at 22-22.

Tigers head coach Ian Millward (pictured) is happy to be back at the Wish Communications Stadium this weekend and hopes his players can give the fans some cheer.

“The good thing is that we’re back at home where it’s been fantastic for us this year and we want to continue that,” he said.

“The support of the fans has been outstanding. I think they appreciate the players’ efforts, and that’s our main aim at the moment, to deliver for the fans.”

Castleford will be favourites against strugglers London who have won just one of their opening six games. Their solitary victory was 38-4 at Salford earlier this month.