IF ever there was a game Titans need to win, it’s tomorrow’s acid test against Moseley.
The midlanders currently sit precariously perched in fifth-from-bottom slot, six points ahead of Rotherham, who have a game in hand.
It’s a lifeline chance that Craig West’s side can’t afford to spurn. Win it and Titans will be possibly just a point behind with a game in hand; lose it and West’s side could find themselves 11 big—and potentially unbreachable—points adrift with just four to play.
Moseley, who this week announced plans to develop their Billesley Common home with a 5,000 seater stand and corprorate boxes, will be desperate to avoid dropping into the mire.
A run of six straight defeats before Christmas plunged them into the scrap at the bottom end but they have subsequently won three out of four. Last Saturday they scraped home 25-24 in the Brummie derby against resurgent Bees.
Kick off is 2pm.