Halifax will look to set the record straight when they travel to Wetherby in Yorkshire Four tomorrow.
Halifax had faced the Grange Park outfit in the second match of the new season and had looked set for a comfortable win as they raced into a 17-3 lead.
However the wheels came off after the break as Wetherby ran away with a 50-17 victory.
Halifax will welcome back vice-captain Dwaine West back to the squad after a long lay-off through illness, while Danny Jones will make his first appearance for the first team in more than two years after recovering from a knee injury.
Nick Bell is also available again, however Craig Heptinstall misses out while Dean Cotton and Wayne Beverley are unavailable due to work commitments.
The match will be the last for the club for former Yorkshire Colt Ben Maxwell, though, with the 19-year-old set to spend the next 12 months playing in New Zealand as part of the club’s long association with Point Pleasant.