New-look Jersey looking for a double over Albion
JERSEY make their first trip to Brickfields hoping to claim a league double over Albion and boost their hopes of staying in the Championship.
Jersey, who beat Albion16-14 at St Peter in November, sit second from bottom with 20 points to their name.
They are just two points ahead of bottom club Doncaster.
Jersey have won four league matches. As well as beating Albion they have also triumphed over London Scottish, Leeds and Rotherham.
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All their wins have come at home, although last week they did come close to beating London Scottish away. Jersey outscored Scottish five tries to four but lost 41-33.
Before last week, scoring tries had been a problem for Jersey, with only Moseley having scored fewer.
Jersey also have the joint leakiest defence, in terms of tries conceded, alongside Doncaster and London Scottish.
The Channel Island side have strengthened their squad in the past month.
Mark Foster and Charlie Walker-Blair have arrived from Exeter, Mark McCrea from Irish side Connacht and this week Tongan hooker Elvis Taione received his clearance to play for Jersey. He could make his debut tomorrow.