Rosslyn Park make their last long-distance road trip of the season on Saturday when they visit Darlington Mowden Park.

Their 25,000 capacity all-seater Northern Echo Arena is the largest capacity dedicated rugby union ground outside of Twickenham.

The County Durham side, promoted last season, lie just above mid-table.

They took time to adjust to the pace of National League One rugby, but have only lost two home matches since October - one to a last minute penalty, the other (narrowly 14-21) to champions-elect Ealing Trailfinders.

The threat posed by Darlington is illustrated by their 50-10 thumping of Blackheath a few weeks back.

Park head coach Alex Codling said: “We are all looking forward to playing at a new ground this weekend.

“Darlington Mowden Park’s stadium looks fantastic on the television and hopefully we will rise to the occasion and keep progressing as a group.

“After a period of finding their feet in this division they have had some excellent results lately, particularly at home so it will be another big test”.

Codling hopes to have more-or-less a full squad to select from this week.

With four games remaining of the season, Park sit second in the table, nine points behind Ealing - while Darlington sit plumb in mid-table.