Bradford Dragons will move level on points with leaders Hemel Storm if they beat their EBL Division One title rivals tomorrow evening.

Hemel have home advantage but have played a game more than the third-placed Dragons, who also have a better points difference than their hosts.

Bradford go into the top-of-the-table clash on the back of a mixed weekend on home territory.

They beat Manchester Magic 91-79 last Saturday, with new signing Nathan Ashley impressing, before being edged out 85-83 in the last minute by Essex Leopards the following day.

Essex are currently fourth, two points behind the Dragons with a game in hand, while Manchester are sixth. Reading Rockets are also in title contention, lying level on points with Bradford and also having a game in hand.