Scott Taylor and his side will head to the Neil Hunt Memorial Ground in good spirits and also in a good form.
The Blue and Golds have been beaten just once in their last five games. While Taylor’s side has already defeated the Bradford based side this season 24-6.
Following a slow start to the season the Beverley have certainly raised their game. Last time out they also won but left it late to win against strugglers Clock Face Miners.
Should Beverley secure the win, it would be their first ‘double’ since promotion to the second tier of the NCL.
Bradford Dudley Hill Will Be No Push Over
Bradford, however, will be no pushover. They currently sit just one place above Beverley in fifth place in the table. The game could also prove pivotal in the race for a playoff space.
Local rivals Hull Dockers will certainly fancy their chances of earning one of those places. They currently sit in the seventh spot with a game in hand.
Taylor will again continue to put his faith in the youth. He has been impressed by the youngster’s recent performances against Askam, Clock Face Miners and also the defeat to Ince Rose Bridge.
With that in mind, there are likely to be limited changes to the 17. Only Josh Poskitt set to return following a suspension he served as a result of being sent off.
Beverley have been beaten just once in their last three road trips. However, they have managed just one win all season on the road.
Their hosts have not played a home fixture for over a month. They come into the game with just one win in their last three. However, on their home ground, they have lost just once, to leader Ince Rose Bridge all season.
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