Bridlington tackle Malton and Norton on Saturday when they return to Yorkshire One League action.
The North Yorkshire club are second in the table but came a cropper when they visited Dukes Park last month in the semi-final of the Yorkshire Shield.
We can do it but we will need to play to our full potential.Rich Girking
Director of rugby Rich Girking said: “Malton have had some strange results and have gone from being unbeatable to losing a few games in a row.
“I know they have had a lot of injuries, but they had last week off and will be out for revenge after the semi-final game. They will want to kick-start their season ahead of the play-offs because it has come to an abrupt halt.
“We will have a different side to the semi-final but we will be confident that we can do it but we will need to play to our full potential.
“I think we play best when we play with a quicker tempo and the better weather will help with this, but we have lacked the consistency to put a set of good results together.
“But this is our last home game and more and more people have come to watch us this season, so we need to show how much we’ve appreciated their support.”