Askam take on Wigan St Judes at Fallowfield Park in Division Two of the National Conference League tomorrow, as they look to quickly put their heavy defeat at fellow strugglers Shaw Cross Sharks behind them.

The 52-8 loss on the road pushed Askam back to the bottom of the table, but they'll be able to approach this match from a much stronger position.

The Villagers are boosted by several players returning, including Jamie Butler, Brad Kavanagh, Dale Lampton, Andy McKie, Tom Askew, Jordan Jones and Luke Duncalf.

Stand-in coach Tammy Tyson is in a happier position than last week, now he has more bodies available for the visit of St Judes.

Tyson said: "We ran out of steam with those lads missing against Shaw Cross although the 52-8 score didn't reflect the game.

"This week we have over 23 to choose from, which is nice for a change and we will give it a go.”

Barrow Island look to hang on to fourth place with a visit to Bradford Dudley Hill, who themselves are level on points with them.

Blain Marwood, Adam Jackson and Joe Mallinson are unavailable for the trip to Yorkshire, although Callum Nelson returns.

Coach Joe Elliott said: "We have to get the balance right we look good in defence but at times our attacking options are not good.

"The coaching staff sat down this week to try and look at what combinations would suit us and pick up points if we are to stay in the play offs hunt."

Island lost at home to Hull Dockers last week, which meant their opponents also moved level on 19 points.

Millom are also on the road they go to Oldham St Annes in Division Three, as they look to make it three wins in a row for the first time all season.

Luke Brady, Ross Brooks and Charlie Bagshaw are ruled out. Dylan Sykes, Owen Myers, Kyle Evans and Connor Terrill all return.

Coach Tom Sibley said “Annes are just below us (two points) so it is winnable. It was nice to get a result against a very big Gateshead side last week (The Woolybacks won 30-16).

"Training has gone well this week and you can see how training is approached as to how they go on a Saturday. This week's has been good.”