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April 13 2012

Albion hope to help out London Scottish on their trip to Molesey Road.

NAT SAUMI does not want his Plymouth Albion team taking their foot of the pedal just because they secured their Championship status last time out.

Albion head to Esher on Saturday hoping to make it four wins in a row in the Pool C of the play-offs.

Saumi has told his players to have the right mind set going into their final two games of the season.

"The players have to try and go to the next level," he said.

"I've asked them if they can go for a second away win and a fourth win in a row.

"Those are targets and goals we can build on for next season."

Albion make just two changes to their team that secured their first away victory of the season at London Scottish two weeks ago.

Fit-again Paul Rowley returns at scrum-half, while youngster Addison Lockley replaces the injured Tyler Hotson at lock.

Back James Love will be hoping to close in on Albion's club record of most league points in a season on Saturday.

Love has so far collected an impressive 238 points for Albion, which is just 22 short of the club record.

Albion: 15 Sione Tu'ipulotu, 14 James Love, 13 Paul Bailey, 12 Bevon Armitage, 11 Tyson Lewis, 10 Paul Roberts, 9 Paul Rowley, 1 David Morton, 2 Jon Vickers, 3 Rob Dugard, 4 Addison Lockley, 5 Sean-Michael Stephen (capt), 6 Herbie Stupple, 7 Wayne Sprangle, 8 Aaron Carpenter. Reps: Steve Johns, Mark Lee, Luke Cowan-Dickie, Jack Andrew, Gareth Evans, Davy McGregor, Sam Hocking.

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