JORDAN Lilley is calling for the perfect performance from the Bulls to claim another Super League scalp in the Challenge Cup tonight.

John Kear’s men head for Wakefield in the fifth round as they try to emulate last year’s sensational win over Leeds.

The Bulls head to the Mobile Rocket Stadium on the back of successive Championship wins, including a shut-out of Sheffield last weekend.

But Lilley admits they must deliver a flawless display to pull off a shock against Trinity.

He said: “If we were thinking that we can’t do it tonight then what’s the point in turning up?

“We are confident if we do the right things, get ourselves in the right positions and put Wakefield under pressure, we might get something out of it.

“But we need to do all those things. They are Super League for a reason.

“We go into the game confident we can get the win and do something special. But we have to be 10 out of 10 to stand a chance.”

Lilley was instrumental in the Bulls’ unexpected march to the last eight in 2019, scoring the drop-goal in sudden death to complete the amazing fightback against Featherstone at this stage of the competition.

He remains a huge fan of the Challenge Cup from his trips to the final as a boy.

“I was a Leeds fan growing up and we used to go down to Wembley,” he added. “It was a good day out on the coach with loads of family and friends.

“My memories are always good of the comp and the day. It’s a really nice stadium, everything is immaculate and when you get that close to full it is a special occasion.

“That is obviously the goal to play there one day.

“These are the games you want. There is a buzz around the place and everyone is looking forward to it.

“The game against Leeds last year was very special and hopefully we can do something similar.

“Wakefield have quality players and danger all over the park. But we will go out there and give it our best shot.

“The magic of the Challenge Cup is that anything can happen.

“It is knock-out football and whoever turns up on the day will be in the next round.”

The half-back’s partnership with Rowan Milnes destroyed Sheffield with their kicking game on the way to an impressive victory on Sunday. He feels the team are coming into form at just the right moment ahead of their biggest test of the season.

“We knew we had the form in us, we just weren’t putting consistent performances together,” he said.

“It’s a new team with young lads and it was always going to take time to gel.

“But it has happened around the right time for this game, so we are confident we will put in a good account of ourselves.

“It will be a bonus if we come away from Wakefield with a win. If not, as long as we put in a good performance in front of everyone, it will give us a good indication of where we’re at.”