North Wales Crusaders travel to Workington Town at 3pm on Sunday as they get their League 1 campaign underway.
Check out our big match preview to find out all you need to know ahead of the clash.
Workington got their season up and running with an impressive 32-28 win at Oldham as Sean Penkywicz’s try secured the two points.
Crusaders, meanwhile, concluded their pre-season by beating Coventry Bears 24-16.
THE LAST TIME THEY MET
Town ran out 36-22 winners over North Wales when the clubs met at Queensway Stadium in July 2018.
The visitors led 18-14 at half-time through Sam Forrester, Oliver Wilkes and Ben Morris tries, with Earl Hurst and Alex Trumper both crossing for Crusaders.
Although a Dale Bloomfield try and two goals from Tommy Johnson gave the hosts a 22-18 advantage, three tries in a ten-minute spell meant Workington took the points home.
Read about some of the highlight matches in the past.
WHAT THE COACH SAYS
Hear from Crusaders head coach Anthony Murray ahead of the match.
Murray has named a 19-man squad for the trip to Workington.
Matchday prices are £15 for adults, £10 for concessions and £3 for children, but you can save £2 up until 2.30pm on Saturday, February 23 by purchasing tickets through Workington’s online shop.
Crusaders’ Supporters Club are running a coach to the match, leaving the Turf at 9.15am. It is £22 based on 30 places being taken on the coach. The more places taken, the cheaper the travel becomes.