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Bedford Blues will be looking to get back to winning ways this weekend when Plymouth Albion make the trip to Goldington Road to face Mike Rayer’s men on Saturday afternoon (KO 3pm).

After a disappointing defeat at the hands of high-flying London Scottish, the Blues know that a resurgent Plymouth Albion – who picked up an impressive home win over Rotherham Titans last weekend – will be looking to continue their recent run of good form and hoping to climb up the Championship table.

The Blues Academy play Wasps under floodlights at Maidenhead this Friday. Bedford make eight changes (two of them positional) to the starting line-up that beat Ealing in their last outing.

In the pack Ben Wilkinson moves from prop to hooker, with Hayden King restored to tight head; Josh Fadden returns at 2nd row, with Harry Agnew at flanker.  In the back line Chris Easton moves from fly half to scrum half, with Roddy Giles returning at fly half; Aaron Martin returns from injury in the centre, with Jack Stapley starting on the wing.

The game is at Maidenhead Rugby Club, Braywick Park, Braywick Road, Maidenhead SL6 1BN, and kicks off at 7.30 pm.

With the Six Nations back on our screens this Friday 6th February with the biggest fixture of them all Wales v England, where better to watch the opening match than at Goldington Road, surrounded by friends, fellow supporters and most importantly, ‘Happy Hour’ drinks prices.

This Friday’s Club Night sees an almighty clash in the form of Wales v England hit the big screen, ensuring an evening of rugby-filled entertainment and an atmosphere not to be missed for all Bedford Blues supporters.

Bedford Blues remain on home turf this Saturday 7th February as Plymouth Albion make their way to Goldington Road on the back of a comfortable win over Rotherham Titans last weekend (KO 3PM).

The Blues suffered a disappointing defeat against London Scottish last Saturday and Mike Rayer’s men will be going all out with a first class home performance to ensure their hopes of a top four finish are kept alive.

Bedford Blues slipped to a second defeat on the bounce as high flying London Scottish picked up a 12-29 victory at Goldington Road on Saturday afternoon.

It was a tough afternoon at the office for Bedford and their cause wasn’t helped as they conceded three yellow cards during an afternoon where discipline played an important role.

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