Furness find themselves at home for the second week running, which has been a rarity for the Strawberry Grounds side this season, as they prepare to face old rivals Millom in Cumbria Division One tomorrow.

The Blues will go into the game with their confidence a boost with a battling performance in their 41-29 defeat against league leaders St Benedicts last week.

The front three from Furness is likely to consist of Dan Scott, Chris Dalton and club stalwart Karl Benn, who will all be looking to dominate from the off, although skipper Corne Els found himself in the front row against Bennies last week so it could change.

Mark Hall keeps showing grit and determination playing week on week, so with Keiran Mason or Ben Hughes for company the front five looks set.

Kurt Ibell and Brad Williamson will be in with a shout of a starting shirt along with Will Mallinson, who will be hoping he is back in good time to join up with brother Joe.

There's a number of possibilities for the Blues in the backs, with either James Howden or Dave Finlayson more than capable of playing scrum-half and fly-half, with Euan James also in the mix for the stand-off shirt.

Johnny Hutton is available this week and gives the back line real bite, with Jordan Ashton, Jack Torkington and Kieran Potter all more than capable on the day.

For their part, Millom, who have had a difficult start to the year, see return of Danny Redhead and Dean Doyle who are big shouts along with captain Trevor Dixon, who will also be keen for early ball.

Ian Cummings' barnstorming runs will need to be backed up by Daniel Hartley and Kieran Rogan, alongside Kieran Coulson, who will not be far from the breakdown and the key action points.

Matty Jordan and Luke Coulson make up the pack and will look to give scrum-half Robbie Pattinson the opportunity to pass wide quick, with either Ryan Carter or Chris Park taking on the stand-off berth.

John Falconer come in at possibly full back with wide men Sy Robertson and Connor Perth there to lend a helping hand. Rich Burrows, Andrew Mellen and Joe Sheard make up the squad.

Final selection is to be confirmed by both sides, but there is one thing for sure and it's that this is going to be a humdinger of a game between two teams looking to left themselves up the table.