Gloucestershire All Golds v London Skolars preview.
Morrison boosts All Golds
Gloucestershire All Golds coach Brad Hepi is setting his sights on a third successive win after seeing off Oxford and South Wales in the last month.
And Gloucestershire's chances look set to receive a major boost with the inclusion of on-loan winger Nev Morrison, who has joined on a short-term deal from Sheffield Eagles.
Victory for Hepi's men could lift them off the foot of the Kingstone Press Championship 1 table, but London Skolars will be in confident mood despite last week's Northern Rail Bowl final defeat.
Skolars coach Joe Mbu could hand a debut to high-profile signing Gareth Raynor.
Former international winger Raynor, 35, scored the final try in Great Britain's famous 2006 win against Australia in Sydney.
Raynor said: "I'm excited to be putting my boots back on and the opportunity to come to London and help Skolars push for promotion is a challenge that appealed to me greatly."
Raynor is likely to replace Ade Adebisi, who suffered an injury during last week's loss against North Wales.
Andy McLean (quad) is also a major doubt, while Michael Worrincy will be assessed after suffering a dead leg against the Crusaders.