North Wales Crusaders host Doncaster at Queensway Stadium tomorrow.
Below is all the information you need ahead of the clash.
Crusaders will be aiming to respond to last weekend’s 46-30 defeat at Oldham.
Despite travelling to Oldham with a depleted squad, Anthony Murray’s men put in a big shift and had their hosts rattled at times.
Before that, North Wales had been on a three-match winning run, putting themselves back in the play-off picture.
Doncaster will also be looking to get back to winning ways after losing 22-12 to top-of-the-table Whitehaven last time out.
Like Crusaders, the Dons had won a couple of victories ahead of the Haven match, beating West Wales Raiders and Coventry Bears on the road.
LAST TIME OUT (DONCASTER 10-12 CRUSADERS – APRIL 2019)
Crusaders put in a dogged display at Doncaster to run out 12-10 winners.
After Earl Hurst had given North Wales the lead early in the first-half, Jason Tali replied shortly before half-time, taking the score to 4-4 at the break.
Kenny Baker put the visitors back ahead but, again, the home side responded, with Jordan Howden crossing.
However, a Ben Stead try edged Crusaders in front and they managed to hold on for the two points.
Read Crusaders head coach Murray’s thoughts ahead of the clash with Doncaster.
Murray has named his squad for the head-to-head at Queensway Stadium.
Entry is priced at £12 for adults, £10 for concessions and £2 for U16s.
Crusaders’ official matchday programme, The Crusader, will be on sale around the stadium for just £2.