Our match preview tells you all you need to know ahead of North Wales Crusaders' League 1 clash with Keighley Cougars.
This match couldn't be set up any better, with both Crusaders and Keighley winning their opening eight matches to maintain 100 per cent records.
While the Cougars currently sit top of the League 1 table, just 12 points separate the teams in the points difference column.
North Wales' points scored is slightly better than Keighley's as they sit on 347 and 319 respectively.
One, or possibly both, 100 per cent records will come to an end in what should be a fantastic advert for League 1.
ONES TO WATCH
There's plenty of experience throughout the Cougars' side so it probably isn't a shock how well they've started this season.
Whether they opt for Dane Chisholm, Jack Miller or Scott Murrel in the halves, it'll be an interesting match up with Crusaders' six and seven.
Keighley have plenty of big forwards with experience in their pack, while Lewis Young always impresses at fullback and Mo Agoro is difficult to stop carrying the ball out of yardage.
The North Wales Men's League with get underway at 2pm as Marchogion Mon Knights take on Bangor Buffaloes.
Tickets will provide fans with entry to both matches and this will be a great opportunity to see some of the local talent playing rugby league in North Wales.
More matches are scheduled as curtain raisers throughout the remainder of the 2022 campaign.
Tickets are priced at £12 for adults, £10 for concessions and free for U16s. These are available to purchase online in advance or by paying cash on matchday.
Crusaders' supporters are running a coach from The Turf in Wrexham to Colwyn Bay, leaving at 3.15pm and priced at £10 per person. If you'd like to book a place, email email@example.com.
The Wrexham Lager bar will, as always, be present for fans to purchase a range of drinks. Please note that this is cash only.
Copies of the officially matchday programme are available at the stadium for £2, with 15p from each sale going to the club's charity partner Tŷ Gobaith & Hope House.