Beverley ARLFC will welcome West Bowling to the Beverley Leisure Centre for their final home game of the season.
West Bowling arrive in good form and top the National Conference League. While Beverley will go into the match having lost their last two fixtures.
Scott Taylor and his side will be hoping to bounce back from their shock defeat to East Leeds. Beverley took a pasting against the West Yorkshire side going down 79-12.
However, title-chasers West Bowling will start the match as favourites. When the sides met in the reverse fixture it was West Bowling who ran out comfortable 42-26 winners.
Beverley will have to be at their best if they hope to contain the free-scoring visitors. The Bradford outfit boasts the best attack in the division amassing 703 points from 17 games.
A place in the play-offs remains mathematically possible although two successive defeats have seen hopes of this fade.
Performance Against West Bowling Key For Taylor’s Side
Key for Beverley in this fixture may not be the final result but the overall performance. Fans and Taylor will be hoping the side can bring the curtain down on their home campaign with something to be positive about.
While Beverley may have found life tougher following their promotion last season, they have overall given a good account of themselves.
To date, the highlight of their season at home was the comprehensive win over their local rivals Hull Dockers.
The season has also seen Beverley blood a number of youngsters into their ranks. While they have played most of it without their talisman Jack Howdle.
Taylor is likely to delay naming his 17 until the morning of the match. He is still waiting on news of a number of his men who could be unavailable.
Ahead of the match, both sides will be fielding their under 9s in the curtain-raiser to the game.
Kick-off for the main match is 2.30PM at the Beverley Leisure Centre.