Barrow head coach Paul Crarey has sent out a rallying call to all local supporters to get down to Craven Park tomorrow for a make or break game for the Raiders.

Crarey’s battered troops take on the Bradford Bulls, who last weekend ran Championship leaders Toronto Wolfpack close at Odsal.

Crarey said ahead of this important clash: “This is a massive game for us but it is one that we can win. We need our supporters to come down in force to match what will be a big following for the Bulls.

“Their fans travel in big numbers so we have to out shout them and get behind the lads, the more encouragement the better.

“The lads do respond to the crowd when they get behind them so we need them to be vocal more than ever. We have the lads capable of picking up a win - look at York last week.

“We could have won that one, it was a cracking game, and with one or two different pieces of decision-making it could have been ours.”

With just four games remaining, Barrow require nothing less that six point from the eight on offer. Dewsbury and Widnes are the teams within their grasp. Widnes have the squad to pull through while Dewsbury face a tough job in pulling clear of Barrow who are five points adrift.

Providing Barrow overcome the Bulls and pull off a win at Sheffield next week, and the Rams lose, both their games it could come down to the wire on the final day.

Tomorrow, Dewsbury are at Batley, who face the Raiders at Craven Park on their last match of the season, while the Rams face Widnes at home.

Dewsbury could have put Barrow completely out of reach last Sunday but lost out to a late Dave Chisholm drop goal for Featherstone, as they snatched a 25-24 win.

Barrow have faced the Bulls twice this season; in the league they lost out on Easter Monday 26-14 while a home tie in the 1895 Cup resulted in a big 50-6 win.

However, the Bulls fielded an almost entirely second string line-up with only a couple of players that are first team regulars.

Crarey added: “Bradford are a big physical side, they’re also a big club that are pushing for a place in the play-offs, so like ourselves they have everything to play for. John Kear is a very good coach and he will have them well prepared.

“At their place we competed for most of the game and were only a few points adrift when they went for a drop goal, our lads charged out and they threw the ball out wide and scored.

“They are an experienced side with some big back rowers and centres - Jake Webster is a big lad for a centre while Jordan Lilley at half-back is good, he came in from Leeds. They also have a fast winger in Jy Hitchcox from Castleford, so they have a fair sprinkling of ex Super-League players.”

The Bulls are seventh in the table but face a tough battle for a play-off place, as they are five points adrift of Featherstone.

Jamie Dallimore returns after a one-match ban and Crarey will go with him and Ben White at half-back with Ryan Johnston expecting to come off the bench as a replacement for either of them, or Wartovo Puara at hooker.

Also back in contention are the two Dans - Morrow and Toal - along with Glen Riley. Liam Pailsey could operate at centre along with Declan Hulme, who is getting back to form after a lengthy lay-off.