North Wales Crusaders host Hunslet in League 1 at Queensway Stadium at 2.30pm tomorrow.
Below is all the information you need to know ahead of the clash.
Crusaders will be aiming to back up their 31-18 victory over London Skolars in the third round of the Challenge Cup last time out.
However, North Wales are still searching for their first League 1 win as they lost their opening matches against Workington Town and Oldham.
Murray’s side did led Oldham 16-0 after an hour, though, and matched one of the division’s leading sides throughout.
Hunslet, meanwhile, currently sit top of the table as they have won two from two so far.
After picking up an impressive win at Doncaster in their opener, Hunslet backed it up with a comfortable 58-4 success over West Wales Raiders.
The Yorkshire club also progressed through to the next round of the Challenge Cup by seeing off amateur club West Bowling 56-10.
THE LAST TIME THEY MET
A dubious Joe Sanderson drop-goal with two minutes left clinched a dramatic 19-18 win for Hunslet in Wrexham last July.
The match was nip-and-tuck throughout as the sides were level 12-12 at half-time.
Both sides then exchanged penalty goals, with Tom Ashton grabbing a try for Hunslet, before Dale Bloomfield levelled matters once again with around ten minutes left.
But there was one last twist as Sanderson slotted over the hotly-disputed drop-goal.
WHAT THE COACH SAYS
Read Crusaders head coach Anthony Murray’s thoughts ahead of the match.
Murray has named a 19-man squad for the clash with Hunslet.
Hunslet’s 19 is as follows: Jimmy Watson, Gareth Potts, Tom Ashton, Dale Bloomfield, Jack Lee, Adam Robinson, Josh Tonks, Duane Straugheir, Mike Emmitt, Ryan Wright, Zach Braham, Dan Hawksworth, Nyle Flynn, Vila Halafihi, Reece Dean, Danny Nicklas, Harry Kidd, John Luke Kirby, Charlie Martin.
Entry is £12 for adults, £10 for concessions and £2 for U16s.
The Crusader, which is North Wales’ new-look matchday programme, will be on sale around the ground for just £2.
Post-match hospitality will be held at the Fat Boar and supporters are welcome to pop along and mix with the players and coaching staff.