RHYS Morgan has warned his side face a tough test against already-relegated Wilmslow this weekend.

The Stacks Field side face rock bottom Wilmslow buoyed by a 21-16 victory at fourth-from-bottom Lymm on Saturday. The win, their 11th of the season, took Ilkley to eight place in the North Premier table on 57 points.

Ilkley will be missing Billy Nicholls and Matt Burke, who are both on Yorkshire Under-20s duty instead this weekend. Joe Lowes may be rested for Saturday's home encounter. But Dan Lawrence and Max Mackay are back for Saturday's clash after missing the Lymm trip due to unavailability.

It was Ilkley's first victory since January 26 as they now aim to finish the season on a high.

Ilkley are favourites to beat Wilmslow and a bonus point win would mean the club's final points total of 62 from last season, when they finished seventh, would be matched.

But head of rugby Morgan says his side should not treat Wilmslow as an easy game and need to be onguard against any potential complacency.

Wilmslow have lost 20 of their 23 league games this season, winning one and drawing the other two and have a -526 points difference. They are cut 10 adrift of second-from-bottom Vale of Lune.

Morgan said: "We went to Vale of Lune earlier in the season and struggled a bit.

"We want to stamp out the Ilkley habit from of recent seasons of doing well against the top sides and not against the bottom sides.

"Wilmslow are already relegated. We had a tough game over there earlier in the season and we only beat them in the last 20 minutes.

"They will look to target this game against us as one they can win to get a positive to go into for next season.

"I am not under illusions about it, we have to be tip-top.

"If we beat Wilmslow we will then have that consistency to our performance.

"The game at Lymm saw us against a team who are fighting for survival. They were a dangerous team to play against. We did not play at our best on Saturday. We did not take our chances. At times we didn't look like we knew what we were doing. But we stuck to our task and they did us proud.

"We have been playing OK over the last few games. We lost at Hull and nearly beat Blaydon, we pushed them all the way."

After the Wilmslow clash, Ilkley have two awaydays to round off their season as they travel to Harrogate on April 6 followed by a visit to Kendal on the final day seven days later.