Complacency is one thing CSU coach Paul Spain is on the look out for as his team plots its course for the remainder of the season.
The Reddies are well clear on the first division ladder and tackle the winless Tri-Colours at Country Club Oval on Saturday.
However after an ordinary start in the win over Wagga City, Spain wants his team to improve its focus.
“One thing I’m going to be saying to our players is probably one of the biggest threats we face is ourselves,” Spain said.
“That was emphasised in the first 10 minutes last week, we probably didn’t have a great training session the night before and that led into our warm up on Saturday when we weren’t as focused as we should have been which led into the game.”
CSU will also be without prop Brad Crawford after his third yellow card of the season earned his a week on the sidelines.
Moses Waqa is also unavailable due to work commitments with Kerryn Reed moving up into the front row for the game.
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