North Wales Crusaders continue their League 1 campaign as they travel to Keighley Cougars tomorrow (3pm kick-off).
Below is all you need to know ahead of the clash between Crusaders and Keighley.
North Wales will be hoping to pick up their first victory in the league this season when they head over to Yorkshire.
Anthony Murray’s men lost 22-12 to top-of-the-table Hunslet last time out, despite having long spells of pressure.
Particularly in the second-half, Crusaders had a number of repeat sets on Hunslet’s line, but they struggled to find a way to convert territory into points.
Keighley, meanwhile, produced a second-half comeback last weekend to grab an 18-18 draw at London Skolars.
Sitting bottom of the table on -9 points because of administration, the Cougars have picked up one win so far in the league this season, a 40-8 success over Coventry Bears.
THE LAST TIME THEY MET
Alfie Seeley crossed for a try at the death to nick a 24-22 victory for Keighley over Crusaders.
The match was nip and tuck throughout as the scores were level 10-10 at half-time.
When North Wales had established a 22-12 lead by the 70th minute, it looked like they were in control.
However, Keighley struck twice in the final five minutes to secure the two points.
WHAT THE COACH SAYS
Read Murray’s thoughts on the defeat to Hunslet and how he hopes his side can improve ahead of the clash with Keighley.
Murray has named his 19-man squad for the trip to Cougar Park.
The 19-man squad is as follows: Karl Ashall, Simon Atherton, Kenny Baker, Brad Brennan, Gavin Conroy, Alex Eckley, Callum Hazzard, Jack Houghton, Earl Hurst, Rob Massam, Danny Price, Matt Reid, Steve Roper, Ryan Smith, Ben Stead, Alex Thompson, Warren Thompson, Stephen Wild, Chris Worrall.
Entry is £10 for adults, £5 for concessions and free for juniors.
Crusaders’ Supporters Club are running a coach, which leaves the Turf at 11am and is priced at £15 per person.