Scott Taylor will be hoping his side can secure what would be their first away win of the season.
Wigan St Judes managed to get their first win of the season last time out when they saw off Barrow Island 34-20.
Despite this mood in the camp remains positive with Taylor saying he is backing his squad to bounce back.
Team news for Beverley is also positive as Taylor can recall first-team regulars. Billy Riby and Peter Starling are both set to return for the trip to Lancashire.
While Beverley have struggled on the road since being promoted to the second tier of the league they will fancy their chances on Saturday.
Scoring points for Taylor’s side has not been a problem, it is keeping the sides out at the other end which is the issue.
Beverley ARLFC Need To Start Picking Up Points On The Road
With just four points from their opening five fixtures, Beverley needs to start picking some points up on their travels.
The aim of the club still remains to make the playoffs. However, to do this they will need to take something from their away games.
Wigan St Judes Home form over the last four games has seen them win two and lose two. They will, however, be boosted by their victory over Barrow Island.
Beverley will need to keep an eye on St Jude’s Joey Brady. Last time out he was the standout player for scoring 5 Tries.
Brady, who plays on the wing could be key in this match. If he is able to maintain his form and put in a repeat of his Barrow Island performance.
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