Beverley are looking to secure a top four spot and qualify for the play-offs. Realistically, the hosts must win as they lie in 5th place level on points with fourth placed Bentley whose point difference is superior by 35.
Beverley must then hope that Bentley lose or draw to the unbeaten league leaders Batley Boys next weekend.
Their near neighbours lie in third place and there would appear little between the two sides. The corresponding fixture on April 1st was narrowly won by East Hull 24-20.
Fresh from last weekends exploits, Head coach Scott Taylor has no fresh injury worries but is giving nothing away with regards to team selection.
There does appear some doubts over the availability of Bobby Howdle who is away on military service but Taylor is pinning his hopes on him getting a last minute flight back from Germany before the game.
This intriguing clash is sure to have big local interest and to attract possibly the biggest crowd of the season to the Beverley Leisure Centre.
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