Askam, who are rooted at the foot of the National Conference League Second Division, are at home to mid-table Beverley tomorrow, as they look for just their second win of the season.

They'll be going into action minus Jamie Butler and Ben Lewney, who both came off after only ten minutes in last week's 54-10 defeat at Wigan St Judes.

Acting coach Tammy Tyson said: “We are down in numbers and only had two subs last week. We are competing, but are not able to last the full 80 minutes because we run out of steam.”

Beverly come to Fallowfield Park on the back of a 38-12 home victory over struggling East Leeds.

After a slow start to the campaign, Millom are starting to put results together in Division Three and are on the road to Leigh East A.

However, they travel without coach Tom Sibley, Hanley Dawson, Jonathan Hodgson, Rickie Donaghue, Ross Brooks and Luke Brady.

Back in contention are Tom Newbiggin and Hadley Thompson, plus others to be named.

Sibley said: “Confidence is building within the squad and I am looking for another good performance after last week's win over Eastmoor (28-12).

"It was nice to see a young Kian McPherson cross for a hat-trick last week. He is a one for the future.”

Barrow Island, on a high following good results of late, will be put to the test with a visit to leaders Ince Rose Bridge in Division Two.

Coach Joe Elliott said: “It will be interesting to see how we go on a flat pitch. We are a match for anyone at home so it will be a good to see how we go on their ground.”

Josh Banham,Joe Spenceley and Joe Mallinson are unavailable, while Ryan Clegg is rated 50-50 for the match, which Island go into off the back of five straight wins.

Meanwhile in Division Two of the North West Men's League, Hindpool Tigers are this week’s victims of a postponement, with Bury Broncos stating they will not be coming to Brisbane Park.