KEIGHLEY Cougars are not messing around in their attempts to make it through to the Challenge Cup fifth round.

They have been handed a relatively kind round four home tie against League 1 outfit North Wales Crusaders, but have named a very strong squad to face the Colwyn Bay-based side.

It is arguably stronger than the one that dismantled Bradford Bulls 34-6 last Sunday in the Betfred Championship, given the return of some key names.

Ellis Robson has been out for the last six or seven weeks after tearing his hamstring, but the forward is set to make his return in this fixture.

Versatile back Lloyd Roby is also named in the squad, after having had injury problems of his own this season.

The third change sees flying winger Mo Agoro, who was League 1's top try scorer last term, come back into the fold after missing out on the derby day success.

Half-back Dane Chisholm, who had missed two successive matches with concussion before the Bulls win, drops out once again.

Jimmy Keinhorst, who came in for last week's derby on dual registration from Hull KR, makes way, while Brad Walker misses out after suffering a concussion towards the end of the game against Bulls.

Cougars reached this stage of the competition after edging out Hunslet 16-14 last time out.

If they win again tomorrow, they will visit community side Hunslet ARLFC or Championship rivals Batley in the fifth round.