North Wales Crusaders host Whitehaven at Queensway Stadium in League 1.
Below is all the information you need ahead of the clash.
After picking up back-to-back wins against West Wales Raiders and Doncaster, North Wales fell to an agonising 19-18 defeat at London Skolars last time out.
Despite dominating for the vast majority of the match, Crusaders left empty-handed as the Skolars scored a try and drop-goal in the last five minutes.
Whitehaven, meanwhile, will be looking to respond to their 48-12 defeat at Oldham in the 1895 Cup, a competition North Wales opted not to be involved with this season.
That was only Haven’s second defeat in eight matches across all competitions as they currently sit second in League 1.
Josh Eaves’ second-half try for Whitehaven proved to be the difference as they won 22-14 at Crusaders.
After Jordan Burns had given the visitors an early lead, North Wales hit back through an Olly Ashall-Bott try and two Danny Walker goals, nudging themselves 8-6 ahead.
But Dion Aiye crossed shortly before half-time to make sure Haven had the advantage.
The game continued to go back and to but, in the end, the Cumbrians proved too strong and the aforementioned Eaves try gave them an eight-point lead that they never relinquished.
Read Crusaders head coach Anthony Murray’s pre-match thoughts.
Murray has named his squad for the clash with Whitehaven.
Entry is priced at £12 for adults, £10 for concessions and £2 for U16s.
The official matchday programme will be on sale around the stadium for just £2, including a big interview with Rob Massam, Warren Thompson’s Best XVII and much more.