CHESTER aim to take three weeks of frustration out on Huddersfield tomorrow as they look to re-start their bid to stay in Powergen North One.
The Hare Lane outfit have yet to play this month after seeing matches against Altrincham Kersal and Birkenhead Park fall foul to the weather.
Their inactivity means they remain perilously close to the drop zone, although they do have a number of games in hand on their fellow strugglers.
Tomorrow's hosts Huddersfield are five points above their visitors in fourth.
Yet despite the difference in positions, Chester's Director of Rugby Steve Dorrington says his men will have no fear tomorrow.
He said: 'It's been very frustrating not having a game. We had a similar situation before Christmas and it makes it very hard to get any kind of continuity going.
'We've missed playing on a Saturday. It's very strange when we don't have a game, so we're praying everything will be all right for Huddersfield, because if it's off, we'll be playing until July at this rate.
'We want to move away from the bottom and we've got seven games to do it. The lads are up for it and on our day we can beat the best. You've got to remember we remain the only team to beat the league leaders Morley this season.'
The Chester squad for tomorrow's trip to Huddersfield is: Dan Fitzgerald, Gav Woods, Aled Davies, Scott Watson, Phil Cottle, Martin Clark, Andy Moore, Gareth Noon, Russ Meadows, Matt Bebbington, Ian Brookes, Jim Lyle, Steve Burke, Mike Gallimore, Sean Green, Steve Johnson, Dave Ackerley, Russ Dykes. nChristleton's lack of match practice cost them dear on Saturday as visitors and South Lancs/Cheshire Four pacesetters Prenton ran out 47-7 winners.
It was the Chester side's first league match for a month - something the sharper Preston took advantage of with three early tries.
Christleton then hit back with their best spell of the game.
Dorn Adams put up a kick that winger Nick Siddal came close to taking advantage of. Yet even though he was tackled on the line, he managed to get a pass away to Adams, who touched down. Dave Taylor added the conversion.
The home side had plenty of opportunities to add to that try, but were punished when Prenton ran in four more tries to give the final scoreline a flat-tering outlook.
Christleton captain John Porter said: 'The score is not a true reflection of the game. We had a good share of the ball but just couldn't transform it into points.'
Christleton have no game tomorrow.