Ahead of their do or die clash with Wakefield Trinity tonight, London head coach Danny Ward is confident his team can defy the odds one more time to secure their Super League survival.

London head to the Mobile Rocket Stadium level on points with relegation rivals Wakefield, knowing they simply need to win or draw to stay up.

Despite the intense pressure of the situation, Ward says he is calm and remains assured his players can produce another impressive win, similar to their dramatic late result at Hull KR last week, to achieve survival, a feat no one expected at the beginning of the season.

“We need one to 17 in the squad to have the game of their lives. It will take a big effort, but I’m confident the boys can do it, Ward told the Evening Standard.

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“I knew we’d win (last week) and I wasn’t that nervous. Against Hull KR, I knew we’d get a chance to score and win the game late on, similar to the Million Pound Game.

“I think to stay up would be a huge achievement with the majority of squad that came up from championship, that would be a fantastic achievement.”