Nottingham Outlaws continue their quest for that elusive win when they travel up to East Yorkshire on Saturday to take on East Hull. They face a tough ask against the powerful Yorkshire outfit who currently occupy third spot and are many peoples favorites for the play off crown.
The Outlaws will however be buoyed by the fact that this is the last away match of the season and also by the knowledge that they are now in seventh position, free from the threat of relegation. Add to that the fact that the Outlaws have been making good progress in recent weeks means they travel full of hope and some confidence.
After almost a month without a game the Outlaws will be more than a little ring rusty, their last outing being the 22-34 home defeat at the hands of Beverley. However the side that coach Strachan has picked shows little change to the team that came so close to grabbing the elusive victory before falling away in the later stages.
A quick look at the team sheet shows that the team is largely unchanged with the return of Andy Musvaburi being being the only change in the backs whilst James Young slots into the halves with Adam Cunliffe as George Strachan returns to front six duty.
1. Matt Horner, 2. Sam Campbell 3. Andy Musvaburi 4. Adam Simm 5. Harry Walton 6. Adam Cunliffe 7. James Young 8. William Ephraim 9. Chris Prime 10. George Strachan 11. Oliver Dale 12. Ali Waring 13. Alex Whittle 14. Stewart Readhead 15. Dan Wilson 16. Jimmy Goodwin 17. Terry Bill Cooper