Head Coach Rob Powell has seen his squad blighted by injury in recent weeks but is able to recall Michael Robertson for the tie. Michael Witt and Karl Temata are both in line to play their part in the game after not featuring in the loss to the Robins last Sunday.
The Broncos are without long-term absentees Julien Rinaldi, David Howell, Liam Colbon and Jason Golden for the game and joining them on the sidelines is Tony Clubb, who suffered a groin tear in last Sunday's match.
The last time the Broncos made the quarter-finals was back in 2007 and Powell is taking no chances as he looks to guide his team into the last eight of the competition.
Powell commented: "We are aware of the challenge that lies ahead in Batley. We have prepared well for this game and are looking to go up there and do a professional job."
Batley Bulldogs come into the match on the back of a morale boosting victory over York City Knights.
The West-Yorkshire side have also boosted their ranks, with the loan signing of Castleford Tigers second-rower James Grehan, who is available for the game on Sunday.
Much has been made about the Batley pitch leading up to the game and Bulldogs' Head Coach John Kear is hoping the weather can also play its' part in unsettling the club from the capital.
"We've handed out information to our players which will be relevant in trying to nullify their threat and with a dodgy weather forecast for Sunday and a partisan crowd it's probably not going to be Mount Pleasant on Sunday for them - it'll be Mount Unpleasant!"
Batley Bulldogs v London Broncos kicks off at 2.00pm Sunday, April 29 at Mount Pleasant.