CHESTER entertain strugglers Sheffield tomorrow and are looking to avoid a third successive defeat in the Powergen League.
The side lost to a tough Cleckheaton side a fortnight ago and were then surprisingly beaten at home by Morley last weekend.
Director of rugby Terry Allen said: 'We don't lose many games at home, so to go down last week was particularly disappointing.
'For the game with Sheffield we need to raise the tempo and keep better possession. It was only because of Murray King's kicking that we managed to stay in the game at all last week.
'I am looking for a big improvement.'
There will be three changes to the side for the game that kicks off at Hare Lane at 2.15pm.
Jonathan Beckwith comes into the second row, Ben Foden will be converted from the wing to scrum-half and Nick Aldersey will come in for Foden out wide.
Tomorrow's visitors have only recorded one win all season, but Allen is taking nothing for granted.
He said: 'They only lost to a last-minute try last weekend and they will definitely be up for this one.
'We need to raise our level of performance. If we can do this we will win the game.'
Allen be absent from the game tomorrow. He has decided to go and have a look at the seconds, who are at Caldy.
'I will be interested to see who is performing well at the moment,' added Allen. The first-team line-up will be: Mike Davies, Dan Potts, Aled Davies, Gareth Sanger, Jonathan Beckwith, Richard Hughes, Gavin Taylor, Gavin Woods, Ben Foden, Murray King, Jim Lyle, Geraint Parry, Steve Burke, Nick Aldersey, Neil Parsley.
Replacements: Colin Ellis, Franzy Harmishay, Steve Dorrington. The third team entertain Capenhurst (2.30pm).