WILSON Park hosts a derby clash tomorrow when Millom take on high-flying Windermere in Cumbria League Two.

Millom have enjoyed plenty of success on their own patch and go into the game buoyed by a late fightback which saw them claim a 15-15 draw away to Creighton last Saturday.

The hosts have yet to finalise their team for the clash, in which visitors Windermere will be aiming to rebound from a home defeat against Workington Zebras last Saturday.

For their part, Mere only have a couple of forced changes to there team with injured Adam Hague being replaced by Josh Dawson and Shaun Stafford comes onto the bench.

The stability in the front three continues with Jamie Hardman, Dan Harrison and Luke Todd all up for the fight.

Phil Murphy and Paul Mahler continue in the engine room freeing up skipper Johnny Benson and Brad Askam in the back row joining Dawson.

Half-backs Liam McKinnon and Bertie Hodgeson keep the forwards and backs linked up, getting Joe and Neil Piggot up and at the Million back line.

Moses Dawson moves back to the wing and has fellow regular wide-man Tom Atkinson on hand to get over the whitewash, with Daelon Hernandez continuing at full-back.

Elsewhere in Cumbria Two, Furness return to action after a week off when they play bottom club Wigton Wanderers at the Strawberry grounds.

There is a good feel to the Blues’ side with strength all over the park, which starts up front with Chris Dalton, Ben Hughes and Cameron McLure taking on the Wigton front three.

Second rows Danny Spears and James Tyson will be looking to win the set piece, with back row trio Jack Budgen, Tom Brannon and the returning Corne Els all over loose ball and the ruck.

They will be looking for good clean ball to give to Andy Brannon at scrum-half and he will be partnered by Will Mallinson, who takes on the number 10 jersey.

Fly-half Mallinson will aim to get centres Sam Doyle and Kristian Holmes away and under the sticks.

Wingers Joel Thomas and Sam Wicks are capable finishers as well, and with Rhys Studt at full-back there are threats coming from all over the park.

Dave Gilmour, Matthew Parkinson and Jordan Ashton are on the bench looking for an opportunity to make an impact.

Furness have generally been strong at home so far this season and with Wigton still looking for their first league victory of the campaign, the Blues will no doubt be in a confident mood.