EVERY week there is a good front rower to take on and Tevita Pangai junior knows who it is this week.

Bulldogs' hit man Dylan Napa has been key to the Bulldogs' recent form turnaround.

The Dogs have nabbed six competition points in the last three weeks to get off the bottom of the NRL ladder.

They have produced wins over the Sharks and high-flying Knights either side of a bye.

So Pangai knows Napa will be running and tackling hard when Brisbane host the Bulldogs tomorrow night.

"It is always a good challenge in the middle and there is always a good forward running around," he said.

"Obviously this week it is Dylan Napa.

"He has been playing well and has been playing Origin and obviously won a competition last year (with the Roosters).

"It will be good to go up against him and we will be looking forward to it."

The Broncos need to win at least six of their final eight games to make the finals.

And with six of those matches at home, a Suncorp Stadium advantage will be important.

"It is great to be back there at Suncorp - so I hope our members and fans turn up in numbers," he said.

Great seats still available here for the Thursday night clash against the Bulldogs.