North Wales Crusaders v London Skolars preview.
Griffiths keeping Crusaders grounded
North Wales Crusaders coach Clive Griffiths does not expect to have any new faces in Sunday's squad for the visit of in-form London Skolars.
Griffiths had hoped to make at least one signing for the final few weeks of the season, but he said: "I don't think anything's going to happen now. All the clubs are keeping players for the play-offs, so it's unlikely we'll get anything done."
Last week Crusaders beat Welsh rivals South Wales Scorpions for the second time this season, with Griffiths admitting: "I'd have snapped your hand off at the start of the season to get a double over them."
But the former Wales coach admits Sunday's match is likely to be an even tougher affair.
Skolars climbed up to fifth place in the Co-operative Championship One table with a resounding victory over Rochdale last week.
Griffiths said: "They're absolutely flying, and we're under no illusions about the size of our task.
"They beat us quite comfortably when we went down to their place. Our players are determined to put it right this time."
Skolars coach Joe Mbu is aiming to back up London's 56-36 win over Rochdale with a victory that would keep them in fifth place.
Mbu said: "The players worked very hard (last week) and our discipline was spot on."