North Wales Crusaders return to League 1 action tomorrow as they travel to Hunslet.
Below is all the information you need to know ahead of the clash.
Crusaders will be aiming to get their play-off push back on track after suffering two successive defeats.
With a depleted squad, North Wales gave Oldham a good run for their money a couple of weeks ago, but they came out on the wrong end of a 46-30 scoreline.
In their last outing, Anthony Murray’s men lost 30-0 at home to Doncaster, despite having plenty of field position, as they struggled to break down a dogged defensive line.
Hunslet, meanwhile, head into the clash on the back of a 19-12 defeat to top-of-the-table Whitehaven last weekend.
Before that, they had won four out of their seven matches in the league.
LAST TIME OUT (CRUSADERS 12-22 HUNSLET – MARCH 2019)
When Crusaders hosted Hunslet in the early stages of the 2019 campaign, the visitors had enough to get past the Wrexham side, winning 22-12.
After Hunslet had established a 14-0 lead within the opening 23 minutes, Widnes Vikings’ Sam Freeman hit back for Crusaders to reduce the deficit to eight points heading into half-time.
A penalty goal and try then put the Yorkshire 22-6 ahead and, despite Elliott Jenkins’ try giving North Wales a sniff, the away side held on reasonably comfortably for the two points.
Hear from Crusaders vice captain Karl Ashall ahead of the trip to Hunslet.
North Wales boss Anthony Murray has named his 19-man squad for the clash.
Crusaders’ Supporters Club are running a coach to Hunslet, leaving The Turf at 11.40am and priced at £15 per person.