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Featherstone Rovers v Celtic Crusaders (Sun) Sunday, 13 July Chris Moyles Stadium Kick-off: 1500 BST Co-operative National League One
After a two and a half week break, Celtic Crusaders return to action this Sunday when they travel to Featherstone Rovers in a Co-operative National League One tie at the Chris Moyles Stadium (kick-off 3pm).
Both side were promoted for League Two last year but it is the Crusaders who have adjusted to life in the higher division in more of a positive fashion than their old rivals.
The Crusaders, third in the league at the moment and hot on the heels of Salford and Halifax at the summit, are in excellent form having won six out of their last seven league games which includes a 28-18 win over Rovers in front of the Sky cameras on May 2nd.
There is just one change to the squad who comprehensively beat Widnes Vikings 38-6, again live on Sky Sports, a couple of weeks ago.
Neale Wyatt will have a knee operation on Monday and there are realistic fears that he won