WORCESTER Wolves head coach Paul James does not expect to dish out another British Basketball League thrashing at Leeds Force tomorrow night (7.30pm).

The University of Worcester Arena hosts hammered Force 112-62 last Friday for a ninth victory in their last 11 games.

Sixth-placed Wolves are two points behind London Lions in fifth, while second-from-bottom Leeds have seven wins from 25 matches.

However, James warned: "We want more of the same. But I think it is going to be very difficult to achieve what we did at home as Leeds are a very tough team at home.

"After being beaten by us they beat Plymouth by 30 points on their floor (99-69) so that just shows the character of their team as well.

"They bounce back very well and I am sure they are looking forward to putting on a better performance than they did here.

"We have not let up in any way shape or form. That game is done and gone and we have got another job to do.

"We know how tough Leeds can be at home and having beaten Plymouth and Newcastle on their floor it is a tough place to go and win.

"We must have our game-plan ready, forget about last week and say to ourselves it is 0-0 and we have got to do it all over again.

"It is a smaller court and Leeds shoot exceptionally well there.

"We are going to have to be patient, stick to our game-plan and make sure we play the defence we know we can and offensively just execute and play to our strengths.

"Everyone is fit, healthy and ready to go. We have had another good week of practice."

On last week's win James added: "We were very professional. We showed at both ends of the floor a tremendous team performance.

"The most satisfying thing was at the defensive end as we kept them down to 62 points which is a fantastic effort no matter who you are playing.

"It was one of our best (defensive displays). As a unit we are playing as one, moving as one and everyone is covering each other’s back.

"You have got to trust your team-mates to know they have got your back and certainly right now that is what is happening."