Taylor will be hoping his side can come up with the goods and claim what would be their first away win at the third time of asking.
Since being promoted Beverley have proved to be a force at home. However, they have been beaten in both their away fixtures.
Their opponents who won promotion in the same season as Beverley are also finding life tougher in the second division. They have lost all three of their opening fixtures leaving them rooted firmly to the bottom of the table.
Last time the side met Beverley needed last gasp score to salvage a draw as the sides shared the spoils in a 26-26 game.
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With ambitions of reaching the playoffs, Taylor has already stressed the importance of picking up points at home. Games like this could also prove crucial in their quest to make it to the top flight.
Beverley is currently fifth in the National Conference League with four points from their opening four fixtures. They are just two points behind the early leaders Ince Rose Bridge in the race for promotion.
Taylor will be boosted by the return of players who missed out on last weeks win at the Beverley Leisure Centre. He will certainly be looking for his side to maintain that form this Saturday.
Jack Howdle, Ben Atkin and Lewis Poskitt will all return to the squad and are in contention for a starting place. Taylor could, however, face a selection headache with Straw, Poskitt and Precious all competing for only two half back slots.
This is another big game for Beverley who will go to Crawford Street fancying their chances at claiming their first away win of the season. If they perform well and play to their abilities they should be registering their first away points of the season.
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