North Wales Crusaders host London Skolars at Queensway Stadium on Saturday, September 7 in the final match of the 2019 season.
Below is all the information you need ahead of the clash.
With only one point separating the two sides, whoever wins will secure seventh place in the League 1.
Crusaders will be aiming to respond to last weekend’s 46-22 defeat at Newcastle Thunder.
Although North Wales had a number of first-team players missing and picked up further knocks during the game, they put up a good fight against an impressive Newcastle side.
Anthony Murray’s men had been on a two-match winning streak before that, beating Coventry Bears and West Wales Raiders.
London, meanwhile, head into the game on the back of eight consecutive defeats.
However, they have run Hunslet, Doncaster and Oldham incredibly close in their last three outings, losing by four points or less on each occasion.
LAST TIME OUT (LONDON SKOLARS 19-18 CRUSADERS – MAY 2019)
North Wales Crusaders’ two-game winning streak came to an end as London Skolars scored a try and kicked a drop-goal in the last five minutes to clinch a dramatic 19-18 victory.
The home side had picked up some eye-catching results in the earlier rounds of the season and were sitting joint-second in the League 1 table, but North Wales were the better side for the vast majority of the match and led for large periods.
But Crusaders’ game management at the back end of the game cost them.
If the Wrexham side had been a bit smarter late on in matches at the start of the campaign, they could well have picked up victories in this match, at Keighley and at home to Oldham.
Read Crusaders head coach Anthony Murray’s thoughts ahead of the clash with London.
Murray has named his 19-man squad for the final match of the 2019 season at Queensway Stadium.
Entry is priced at £12 for adults, £10 for concessions and free for U16s.
As well as Crusaders’ clash with London getting underway at 2.30pm, a Family Fun Day will be held from noon.
Come along, join in with the fun and give North Wales’ retiring players a good send-off.