Roose Pioneers aim to clinch a top four spot in Division Three of the North West Men's League when they visit Wigan Bulldogs, but they will be looking over their shoulder on the outcome of Crossfields A's visit to Culcheth Eagles.

Pioneers and Crosfields are vying for that fourth place and welcome back Liam and James Armistead. They replace Corne Els and Will Mallinson, who have returned to Furness rugby union.

Joint coach Mike Backhouse said: "It is an important game that we need to win and do the double over them as we won 46-30 at home, its in our own hands”

Hindpool Tigers wrap up their season in Division Two with a home fixture with Langworthy Reds and aim to beat the Manchester side who won the earlier contest 24-16 against a 15-man Tigers side.

Langworthy are a physical side with one or two ex Salford players in their ranks.

The Tigers lost heavily 84-14 at Pilkington Recs A last week but all credit for the lads who got on the bus.

Coach Darren Clark said: “It would be nice to finish with a win . Last week I went with the aim of fulfilling the fixture, score some points and enjoy the trip, the score was irrelevant. Everyone, despite the result, gave 100 per cent on a big pitch which suited them.

"I would like to thank everyone of my players for their efforts in what was a difficult season and to those behind the scenes.”

In the Conference, Millom round off their campaign with a trip to second-placed Hunslet Warriors in Division Three. Adam Kelly and Hanley Dawson return but an ankle injury rules out Charlie Emslie.

It was to be Tom Sibley's swansong but the Woolybacks veteran could sit this one out. He said: “I will look to see if we have enough numbers if so I wont play. Again, we could be down in numbers but we'll go and give it our best shot.

"It was good to finish to our last home game with a win over Drillington (16-10) and I would like to thank the people who have come along and supported the lads this season.”