Barrow v South Wales preview.
Barrow boss issues warning to players
Barrow Raiders coach Darren Holt has warned his squad that they are playing for their futures at the Co-operative Championship One club following back-to-back defeats.
Barrow have lost against Workington Town and Rochdale Hornets in their last two games, forcing Holt to admit that contracts are now on the line.
He said: "These performances have got to have an effect on what contracts will be offered."
Former Warrington forward Andy Bracek is expected to overcome a knee problem in time to face South Wales.
Scorpions are without four players - Nathan Mossop, Jason Howells, Luke Kell and Dom Crosby - through suspension, but Dalton Grant, Alun-Wyn Davies and Rhys Davies are all set to return to action.
Scorpions coach Dave Clark has warned his troops to be ready for a stern test on Sunday afternoon.
Clark said: "It's Barrow's last home game of the year and they'll want to reward their loyal supporters who've followed them all season.
"They're coming first or second, and they'll be desperate to get the points against us to put some pressure on Doncaster.
"I'm not expecting anything other than a very, very hard game, and neither are our players."