WANDERERS play host to Caithness at Fort Matilda tomorrow in what should be a highly entertaining match.

The Millbank outfit are not fazed about coming to Greenock as they were victorious in their last league encounter against tomorrow's hosts.

It was only 10 months ago when Caithness ran out winners by the margin of 33-10 and they are looking to be the first team this season to defeat the high-flying Wanderers.

Caithness, however, have had only a 50% success rate on their travels to date this season and this should be in Wanderers' favour as they in turn go for 10 straight league wins in a row.

Local buffs suggest that the last time the Fort Matilda outfit strung together such an impressive run of wins was in the late 1990s.

Wanderers should, however, guard against complacency. But, should they continue to play the open, fluid kind of rugby which has been their trademark this season, they ought to end up victorious at the end of 80 minutes.

The locals are without the suspended Dougie Smith for this match, but the extremely capable Jim McArthur replaces him in the front row. Elsewhere the only addition is the talented Leigh Tylie after a brief injury.

Coach Robert Adams remains guarded about Wanderers' chances of success tomorrow but believes that the locals should not concern themselves about the opposition; rather let them worry about what Wanderers have in their armoury.

The 'Northerners' are currently in sixth place in the league and have amassed the third highest points scoring tally of all the teams in the league, only Wanderers and Lasswade having scored more in the league campaign to date. Realistically, though, it would be a shock were the locals to lose this match, as they have cruised through their matches thus far and their confidence is understandably sky-high.

Last week the locals travelled down to Newton Stewart in what was potentially a 'banana skin'. However, they came up trumps once again and secured an extremely creditable victory by 28-0.

Skipper 'Cheesy' Watson will be urging his players to keep the momentum going and will not settle for second best. He said: "We have come this far with a good attitude, both in training and on the playing field, and with the level of commitment being shown by my players, Caithness will have to work harder than they have done at any time this season if they are to leave Fort Matilda with anything better than a lose bonus." Strong words indeed from the captain, but his confidence is clear. This in turn is naturally being passed to his fellow team-mates who are working with, and fighting for, each other in their ultimate quest for promotion.

Elswhere at Fort Matilda tomorrow, the 2nd XV play host to GHK which similarly should also be an interesting and entertaining match for the spectators.

Greenock Wanderers squad v Caithness at Fort Matilda, kick-off 2pm: M Lavelle, J McArthur, R Lavelle, A McMichael, M Duncan, M Gray, A Love, C Robb, C Clark, A McDougall, K Murray, A Devlin, S Connelly, K Smith, L Tylie, G Fletcher, D Watson.

● Sponsor for tomorrow's match: Morison Walker Property Management Limited.

● Club sponsor: National Semiconductor.