For while Wimbledon are fifth in the table, immediately behind Jersey, third-placed Thanet take on Lewes, who are second from bottom, while second-placed Old Colfeians entertain bottom-placed London Irish Amateur.
Still, as Wimbledon lost 34-17 to Old Colfeians last week, they are beatable and, as director of rugby Dai Burton explained: ‘We fancy our chances, but then we’ve said that for each game this season, including the ones we lost to Sutton and Epsom.
‘But we’ve a confident team at the moment and while they’ve been on a bit of a downer, we’ve been on the up.
‘We’ve a settled three-quarter line for a change, and while we’re still moving players around, looking for the best blend, still, the back row – well, it’s a hard area of the game for others to take away control from us .
Ten of the squad are also Jersey lads; which is good and what we’re ultimately aiming for.
‘Everyone will get a game.
I don’t see the point in taking players away and not playing them.
‘I’m confident in our team selection; and we did beat them, quite convincingly, at home at the start of the season.’ Collins Stewart squad: Marcus Nobes, Peter O’Connor, Josh Chamier, Danny MacAlister, Marc Peters, Kern Yates, Latu Maka’afi, Graham Bell, Dave Miles, Graham Smith, Ryan Morgan, Mark White, Jason Hosty, Jim Milner, Mark Le Mottée, David Felton, Ross Kenwright, Richard Stevens, Darren Toudic.