Boston Rugby Club are looking to get back to winning ways against Nottingham Boots Corsairs.
On Saturday, the Blue and Whites drew 10-10 at Ashfield.
The stalemate saw Willem Jonker’s men lose their 100 per cent record.
But Boston remain unbeaten and top of the table by one point, with a game in hand on closest rivals Skegness.
They are now hoping to extend that advantage by bouncing back tomorrow (Saturday).
They travel to face second-bottom Corsairs in a re-arranged fixture.
Their opponents have won twice and drawn once in their 15 contests to date.
This will be Boston’s game in hand as Skegness are without a match.
Kick off is at 3pm.