RECORD-BREAKING full-back Neil Turley puts his injury nightmare behind him this weekend with a Hilton Park comeback game against Doncaster Dragons.

Turley has missed the last six games with ankle ligament damage and his recovery has taken longer than expected. But coach Paul Terzis has confirmed that his points machine will be back in action on Sunday.

"Neil has worked hard to get back to full fitness but he's had a little setback or two along the way," Terzis said. "But he's trained well for over a week now and provided nothing untoward happens before Sunday, he'll play."

But Terzis is staying tight-lipped on whether Turley will reclaim his usual full-back berth or if he'll start from the bench. The impressive form of stand-in full-back Dave Alstead will have some bearing on his thinking.

Scrum-half John Duffy is a Leigh doubt after he suffered a recurrence on a knee injury. Lee Sanderson and John Hamilton are on stand-by.

Terzis knows that Leigh must quickly re-group after their shock defeat at Oldham last Sunday but is expecting a tough, physical game when the Dragons come to town.

"From what I've seen on video, apart from Salford and ourselves they are the best team in the competition," he says. "They are certainly the biggest and will be a real handful.

"Their style hasn't changed much over the last couple of years; they're very much an 'in your face' style of side who relish the physical aspects. We've got to match that and then try to move them around the park."

"We performed poorly in attack at Oldham and that cost us the game, no question. I was pleased with the defensive side of things but we've been working hard in training this week to correct our attacking problems."

Leigh have still had no indication from the RFL that they are to take any further action after Dale Cardoza was put on report in the Oldham game.