Bridgwater and Albion will be hoping to make it four wins out of four when they return to action and host Kingsbridge in South West One (West) at College Way on Saturday afternoon, kick off 3pm.
The last time the two sides met in South Devon back in November it was Albion who claimed the spoils 35-8 so victory would also mean that they notch up the double over Kingsbridge who currently sit next to the bottom of the table with 20 points from four wins this campaign.
However despite their lowly position head coach Simon Morrell will not be allowing his rejuvenated Albion team to take their opponents likely.
The head coach said: “In this league there are no easy games so the boys will have two tough training sessions this week to make sure that they are all set to give it all they have got against Kingsbridge on Saturday.”
Regarding the Albion’s recent string of victories the head coach said: “Three wins has given us the momentum we need and now any anxiety regarding our remaining fixtures has disappeared.
“Our recent results will also give us that little bit of confidence and arrogance we have been lacking earlier in the year.
Morell went on: “We are certainly now very much up and running and have got a strong squad with no major injury concerns which means that we can move forward.
“Now we are in a really good place to push on and from the six games that we have got left this season you’d hope that we can win four of them which would put us into a really good position.
“Things are all starting to click for us right now and we needed to field a more settled side for it to function as it should. The two boys who joined us recently have given us a second wind this year and now things are starting to happen for us.
The head coach added: “However we are not going to get ahead of ourselves we are going to train smart this week and aim to keep our momentum going.”