LEICESTER boss Stewart Dickson is demanding a reaction when his side visits Redcar in the Championship tonight (Friday).
The Lions were hammered 60-30 at Plymouth on Tuesday, their second heavy away defeat of the season, whilst the Bears have opened their home league campaign with wins over Plymouth and Birmingham.
The visitors travel without skipper Kyle Howarth due to a chest infection, with Thomas Jorgensen booked to guest.
Dickson said: “We have two tough fixtures coming up, this sport gives you no time to feel sorry for yourself and we have to be ready for Redcar and the visit of Glasgow.
“There were no injuries at Plymouth, that was the one good thing, and at least we don’t have to wait seven or 10 days for the next fixture but that will only be good if we can bounce back and show some sort of character.
“I had expected to see something at Plymouth after the Scunthorpe match, we spoke about it and I thought that disappointment would be a one off.
“We cannot let this continue. I know it is early in the season but these results have been a shock and we are going to have to pull together, get it sorted and start working a bit harder to put things right on our travels.”
REDCAR: Charles Wright, Adam Roynon, Lewis Kerr, Kasper Andersen, Erik Riss, Jason Edwards, Jordan Jenkins.
LEICESTER: Nick Morris, Connor Mountain, Thomas Jorgensen, Dan Thompson, Richie Worrall, Anders Rowe, Joe Thompson.