London Skolars v Hemel Stags preview.
Skolars to remain unchanged
London Skolars coach Joe Mbu could name an unchanged side as he chases a fourth win in as many games at the start of the season.
Impressive London claimed three wins out of three, including a victory over Hemel Stags, in the Northern Rail Cup. Now they hope to continue that form in Kingstone Press Championship One.
Mbu said: "I don't tend to overthink too much about the opposition. I tend to focus on what we need to do and how we need to approach the game.
"Our aim is always to be better than the last game we played. That's my approach.
"It's been a great start for us, but we're not running away with ourselves. There's a long way to go yet and a lot of hard work to be done."
Chad Sharpe should be fit for Hemel, who are one of three clubs making their first appearance in Kingstone Press Championship One.
Stags coach Troy Perkins said: "We know a fair bit about the Skolars, especially with having Jermaine Coleman as our assistant coach.
"They've a big pack with loads of experience, and some skillful outside backs as well.
"However, our next four or five games can really set us up for the rest of the season. There are some winnable games among them."