WORCESTER Wolves have much in common with Sunday's hosts Glasgow Rocks, says head coach Tony Garbelotto.

The British Basketball League clash at the Emirates Arena (5pm) pits third-from-bottom Rocks against basement boys Wolves.

With Worcester improved under Garbelotto, who has replaced Ty Shaw until the end of the season, Rocks still have play-off hopes and will look to impress new boss Vincent Lavandier.

Garbelotto said: "Glasgow have a new coach. We'll expect them to try to go out all guns blazing.

"They are much the same as Wolves — a team much better than their league record shows.

"We shouldn't fear any of these teams. We've competed against the best.

"I'm expecting us to play a really strong game. We owe it to ourselves and the fans to correct what went on last week and come out with a win."

Worcester fell 33-13 behind last week in a 71-68 home defeat to Sheffield Sharks.

Garbelotto added: "I was really disappointed with the outcome. It was a very winnable game.

"I was concerned at how we started the match and why we began so poorly after a really good week of practice.

"Since I've been involved our record could be 4-2 instead of 2-4.

"There's no reason why we shouldn't believe we can win every single game.

"But we've got to start winning them. I want to at least go into the end of this month with another two to three wins.

"Then in April we need to look to really finish this season off. We are in zero control of our own destiny."