MINEHEAD Barbarians will be aiming to maintain their 100 per cent home record this season when they play Weston IIs in Counties Two Somerset tomorrow (Sat, 2.15p.m.).
The Babas have won all four of their league games at home, piling up more than 200 points and conceding less than 30.
But their form away has been very poor with big losses in their three games. Babas' head coach Mick Orton said: "We all know that it's all to do with availability. Hopefully, now that the World Cup is over and players have free weekends, we can address the problem.
"Weston's second team have been struggling this season - and many clubs are having problems with fielding two sides. We're hoping we can field a strong team against them."
Tight-head prop Jack Wright, who has not always been available this season, is expected to play, having scored two tries in the 62-10 home victory over Yatton a fortnight ago.
Weston have played seven matches this season and have yet to pull off a victory. Minehead are fourth in the table and Weston second from bottom.
Meanwhile, Minehead 2nd XV will also be back in action after an enforced fortnight's break when they play away to Hornets IV who are just above them in Counties Four Somerset South. The Seasiders received a walkover from Yatton when they were due to meet on Saturday, October 21.
Wiveliscombe will be chasing their first win of the season when they play away to Tiverton in Counties One Western West. Wiveliscombe's record this season is played six, lost six. They are seven points adrift at the bottom of the table. Tiverton are seventh with three victories and three losses.
Wiveliscombe lost 37-19 at home to Tavistock last time out, but were unfortunate to lose 31-25 at Bude the previous weekend.
Wiveliscombe 2nd XV, fourth in Counties Three Somerset South, have a derby game at home to Wellington who are only two points behind their neighbours, both sides having played six matches.