Beverley go into the 2.30PM kick off top the NCL table on points difference, ahead of Clock Face Miners, with both sides having won all of their opening fixtures.
This blistering form will mean Beverley are odds on favourites to extend that run and stay top of the pile by winning Saturday’s encounter.
Head Coach Scott Taylor will face his first selection headache of the season with the Blue & Golds going into the game without Jack Humphries and Tom Moor.
Stanley Rangers will come into the game with Beverley with some confidence after they registered their first win of the season last weekend.
Rangers are languishing near the foot of the table and have managed to score just 64 points all season while they have conceded 156 from their opening four matches.
This is in stark contrast to Beverley who have racked up an impressive 163 points and will arrive in Wakefield with the leagues leading try scorer, Lewis Poskitt, in their ranks.
Poskitt will surely be relishing the chance to add to his seasons totals and expose and exploit the Rangers defence, one of the weakest in the in league.
For Beverley, a win is vital as their next two fixtures, which are both at home, will see the Blue & Golds face a much stiffer tests.
One of those games being against their early title rivals, Clock Face Miners, and despite it being so early on in the season could prove to be a key match.
Supporters wishing to travel to the game and watch Beverley can make use of the a bus that will be leaving the Potting Shed at midday.