BEN Murdoch-Masila has called on his fellow Warrington Wolves forwards to “shock” their Wakefield Trinity counterparts when they meet tomorrow, Friday.

The Wire hope a home game against a fellow out-of-form side will be the catalyst they need to end a six-match losing run in Super League.

While they are battling to secure their play-off place, Chris Chester’s side are desperately trying to climb away from relegation trouble.

Murdoch-Masila says he and the rest of the Wire pack need to go into the game with the same mindset as their Challenge Cup Final win over St Helens if they are to emerge on top.

The Tongan international is also relishing any personal battle with Kelepi Tanginoa – Trinity’s own second-row powerhouse – that comes his way.

“There’s some big bodies in there but we need to be more energetic than their forwards,” he said.

“We’ve got to relish it, especially with the pack we have.

“For us forwards, we have to go out there and shock their forwards.

“That’s what we did to Saints in the Challenge Cup so we have to go in with the same mindset.

“If we go in there doubting ourselves, we’ll lose. We’ll get into a good mindset and execute the game plan.

“Kelepi is a monster – his arms are huge.

“The last home game we had against them was the first time I’d played against him. If he comes up against me, I’ll do my best to try and get over him.

“He’s a big, strong boy but I know what I can do.”