Scrum-half Tom Kessell will have the honour of skippering the Cornish Pirates for the first time on Saturday, when the team plays its penultimate match of the season away to Bedford Blues.
London Scottish 19 Bedford Blues 15
Rotherham Titans travel to Goldington Road on Saturday aiming to maintain good momentum as they push for an end-of-season play-off spot.
Departing Bedford Blues star Mark Atkinson wants to cause havoc in his final four games for the club after this week signing for Premiership side Gloucester next season, writes Ted Kemplen.
There will certainly be a special atmosphere at Goldington Road on Saturday evening when Rotherham Titans and the Sky Sports cameras come through the gates for a 5pm kick-off.
Bedford director of rugby Mike Rayer expects his side to compete well against visitors Rotherham Titans in front of the Sky cameras at Goldington Road this weekend, writes Ted Kemplen.
Blues scrum-half Darryl Veenendaal admitted it was revitalising for Bedford to play like the Blues of old despite their 29-11 Championship defeat at London Welsh on Saturday, writes Ted Kemplen.
London Scottish need to complete a hat-trick of victories over rivals London Welsh at the Athletic Ground on Sunday if they are to realistically keep their slim hopes of reaching the play-offs alive.
Premiership Gloucester Rugby have swooped to sign Bedford Blues star Mark Atkinson for next season, writes Mark Wood.
Greene King IPA Championship: London Welsh 29 (12) Bedford Blues 11 (8)
Championship rivals Plymouth Albion have signed former Bedford Blues back Mark Kohler from National League One side Coventry.
Northampton Saints and the British Army served up an 11-try feast in an entertaining Mobbs Memorial Match at Franklin’s Gardens on Wenesday night as Saints triumphed 47-29.
Bedford Blues have secured the services of one of the most exciting youngsters in National League Two - as well as re-signing three of the current squad.
London Welsh make seven changes for Sunday’s Round 19 Greene King IPA Championship fixture with Bedford Blues at the Kassam Stadium, kick-off 2.30pm on Sunday.
As the first phase of the Greene King IPA Championship season enters its final month, victory over fellow title hopefuls Leeds Carnegie at Headingley on Sunday would go a long way to securing Bristol Rugby top seed status.
Bedford Blues must be clinical with their finishing if they are to get anything from their trip to second-place London Welsh on Sunday according to director of rugby Mike Rayer.