North Wales Crusaders travel to Llanelli tomorrow to face West Wales Raiders in the Welsh derby.
Below is all of the information you need to know ahead of the clash.
Crusaders will be aiming to back up their 33-16 victory over Coventry Bears last time out.
After finding themselves 16-0 down, North Wales scored 33 unanswered points to turn the game around and run out comfortable winners in the end.
West Wales, meanwhile, have lost their two outings.
Following their first win of the season against Coventry, the Raiders have been beaten at home by Newcastle Thunder and away at Workington Town.
LAST TIME OUT (CRUSADERS 70-8 WEST WALES – APRIL 2019)
Crusaders got their League 1 campaign up and running as they picked up their first points by thrashing the Raiders in the Welsh derby.
When West Wales took the lead within the first ten minutes, you wondered whether it was going to be another frustrating afternoon for North Wales.
But the home side showed exactly what they’re capable of, especially when they bring their more effective players into their attack, and dominated for the remainder of the game, inflicting the biggest defeat of the campaign on the Raiders up until that point.
Read Anthony Murray’s thoughts ahead of the Welsh derby.
Murray has named his 19-man squad for the trip to Llanelli.
Crusaders’ Supporters Club are running a coach to West Wales, leaving The Turf at 9am and priced at £24 per person.
Visit their Facebook page for full details.