BRADFORD Salem, winners of their last four home matches in Yorkshire Division One, welcome Bridlington tomorrow, who at 10th are three places below their hosts.

"We are expecting a beefed-up Bridlington, who have got players back such as Jamie Martin from Bradford & Bingley," said Salem chairman Neil Klenk.

"We may have to get a local referee in to inspect the pitch early, but I am hopeful that we will play."

Salem have injury doubts over prop Pete Tennet (back), flanker Tim Makaafi (elbow) and Dan Scarbrough (neck) and are already missing Jack Payne and Dom Bailey with shoulder problems.

Seventh-placed Old Grovians are bidding to be the first team this season to dethrone Wath-on-Dearne in Yorkshire Division Two at Moor Road.

Wath, despite being only sixth, have won eight out of eight at home, while Grovians have lost their last three away-days.

Having to favour bulk did Andy Hinchliffe's Grovians no harm last week in a 20-14 home victory over West Park Leeds in a game that was dominated by the wind.

"They scored 14 points with it and we scored 20, but we needed a win and will have a similar side this weekend, apart from having Sam Dodd returning after a back injury," said Hinchliffe.

Baildon have yet another testing match in Yorkshire Division Three.

The third-placed visitors are at fifth-placed Old Otliensians, who have won seven out of seven at Chaffers Field in 2019-20, including notable victories over Knottingley and Leeds Corinthians, who are vying for promotion with the Jenny Laners.

Seventh-placed Wibsey, winners of their last four matches, are at Harrogate Pythons, who are fourth but have lost their last two at home, to Castleford and Baildon.