The blue and golds are hoping to bounce back from two successive defeats, which has seen them slip to 7th place in the table, in Saturday’s home derby clash with Hull Wyke.
Hull Wyke sit bottom of the Yorkshire Premier Division with no wins so far this season, so will be equally desperate for the points.
Pat Howdle and Scott Taylor cannot afford for their side to be even slightly below par as they are quickly finding out that there are no easy games in the division this season.
There are places to play for at Beverley. The following Friday evening they will face York Acorn ‘A’ in the 40/20 cup final at Heworth, York in what could what could be the club’s first chance of some major silverware in many years.
Beverley report no fresh injury worries and will welcome back Tom Radley and Jack Howdle to the side after recent work commitments.
Chairman Dave Sherwood is hoping for a big crowd to cheer the blue and golds to a hopefully morale boosting victory at the Beverley Leisure Centre.
Kick-off is at the slightly earlier time of 2PM.