London Skolars v Doncaster preview.
Skolars and Doncaster target historic wins
London Skolars and Doncaster are both aiming to claim historic wins when they meet in their Co-operative Championship One clash at New River Stadium on Sunday.
Skolars' win against Whitehaven last week gives them a chance to make the Championship One play-offs for the first time in their history.
Doncaster are looking to win the league for the first time in their existence, and with both coaches reporting healthy squads, it should be a fascinating clash in the capital.
Skolars coach Joe Mbu said: "It's a massive game for both sides, but with the prize money at stake for the league title, I'm sure there's more pressure on Doncaster than ourselves.
"They'll be favourites, but I'm sure they won't be looking forward to coming down to New River.
"We've won three in a row here now and there were no injury worries from Friday night."
The Dons pledged to abstain from alcohol last weekend as they look to lift the Championship One title.
Dons coach Tony Miller said: "We know that it's a potential banana skin in London, and we want to give ourselves every opportunity to win.
"If we're successful then we will have a drink together after the game, but then we will stop again ahead of the play-offs.
"We would have snapped your hand off to be in this position at the beginning of the year."
Miller has been boosted by the return to fitness of Tom Hodson and Mick Butterfield, though is unsure whether either will feature at the weekend.
Forward Craig Robinson is expected to be included after recovering from a shoulder injury.