Wakefield have imposed a media ban on their players before Friday’s Super League relegation decider against London Broncos.
Broncos and ninth-placed Trinity are two of four sides with Hull KR, in danger of this drop in the round and Huddersfield level after 28 games of the season on 20 points.
Wakefield could remain in the Super League with a beat, should both Hull KR and Huddersfield suffer defeats in their fixtures that are final suits from Salford and Catalans Dragons respectively.
“My job is to try and retain the gamers as comfortable as you possibly can,” Chester said. “We have been really enthusiastic about in training now.
“You might find in Hull KR’s operation last Friday how stressed they were they got off to a very poor start.
“My job is just to make sure that the prep is good and attempt to take the strain off those guys.
“We’ve needed a social media blackout this week and a media blackout. The players do their bit.”
Whereas the Broncos have defied expectations in their first season back, wakefield have set themselves after winning just two games in the previous four weeks.
The Londoners, who have won two against the negative of Chester, caught a lifeline in 11th-placed Hull KR with a 20-16 win Friday by completing a hat-trick of successes within Wakefield and they’ll survive.
Chester says that he will not be keeping tabs on the fittings, which will in exactly the exact identical time.
“I learnt my lesson from last week,” he said. “When it moved to 12-0 (to London from Hull KR) I said’turn it off, I can’t look at the’.”
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