Nathan Mossop and Hakim Miloudi return for Barrow's final home league game of the season.

The Raiders face relegated Dewsbury and are not taking the Heavy Woollen side lightly as they push for fourth place and a home tie in the play offs.

Mossop will replace local Ulverston lad Connor Saunders while Miloudi comes back after a two-week layoff with an arm injury.

Mossop missed out last week in the game at Newcastle due to concussion but is now fully recovered.

Miloudi replaces Salford’s loan centre Matty Costello who has copped a three-match ban.

Coach Paul Crarey said: “There is no pressure on Dewsbury. The pressure is upon us. We have to be fully focused as we look to book fourth place in the final table.

“We won’t take them lightly, I thought they played quite well on Monday against Batley (lost 22-20)

“It was only when Paul Sykes was in the sin bin that Batley went in for two tries (one converted).

“We had a hard struggle at their place (won 20-18). All Yorkshire clubs are difficult to beat but we have done well against most this season.

“The lads are all looking forward to the game as I am myself. We play without fear and when we are in full flow, we are difficult to control.”

A win tomorrow and next week will secure fourth place despite challenges from Batley and York.

The final league game will be a visit to London Broncos, who shook Barrow earlier in the season when they snatched a draw (20-20) when they were in a lean spell.

However, they have pulled in some good players and will put Barrow to the test.

York will keep the pressure on Barrow if they are successful at Newcastle tonight while Batley will also be in the mix if they defeat Bradford at home tomorrow.

Barrow officials will be hoping that for the first time this season they will break the 3,000 barriers.

Average gates have been around the 2,600 marks.

Crarey added: "The supporters have been great this season and the players appreciate them. Also we have had a good away support and again the lads have been grateful for them for making on many occasions - long journeys.

“It would be nice to clinch fourth place and give them one more home fixture.”