Doncaster v North Wales Crusaders preview.
Doncaster seek record-winning victory
Tony Miller's Doncaster side can complete an unprecedented 100 per cent home record with victory against North Wales Crusaders.
No Doncaster side has ever won every home game in a single season, but Miller's men are now just 80 minutes away from a club first.
Toby Adamson and Danny Hulme could both return for sixth-placed Crusaders, who go into Sunday's game knowing a place in the play-offs is in their control.
However, Clive Griffiths' men face difficult trips to Doncaster and Whitehaven in their final two league games.
Griffiths said: "It's still a big ask, because we've got two very good teams to play away from home, but there's belief in the team now. We're not discounting it, but we're only whispering it.
"It's between us, London and Oldham for that sixth spot. We probably need two points from these last fixtures to give ourselves a chance. It's still a big ask, but crikey, who'd have predicted this at the start of the year?"
Griffiths added: "I've watched Doncaster a lot this season, because they seem to be playing the teams we play the week before us.
"There are only a few teams that can boast they've got someone like Paul Cooke at six, and Craig Fawcett is a fair player too.
"They've got quality at six, seven and nine, and Lee Waterman is tearing it up at full-back. We'll go there with no pressure on us."