CHESTER ROMANS are preparing for their final league game of the NFC 1 South season this weekend.

The north west American Football team will host Doncaster Mustangs on Sunday to officially conclude their campaign.

Regardless of the result, both teams are already aware of their final standings in the division.

A fifth-place finish means the Romans have avoided relegation back into the league they came up from last year, but a winless campaign for the bottom-of-the-table Mustangs means that they will drop down a tier.

The Romans will be hoping to produce a similar performance to the one which resulted in a convincing 43-0 win over the Mustangs when the team travelled to Doncaster in June.

Toby McManus and Rory Mansfield starred in that game with Tom Morley, Nadgy Khirat and Mike Banks all scoring to help Chester to their biggest win of the season so far.

However, the Romans have only scored a combined total of 42 points in their four home matches at the Cheshire County Sports Club this season, while conceding over double that figure.

They have won just one of those four clashes – a 20-14 success over Lancashire Wolverines back in May – but will be hoping for their in-form players to step up yet again to help the side finish the season in style.

In their last game, a narrow 41-36 defeat to Lancashire, quarterback Toby McManus claimed three assists for Rory Mansfield touchdowns which took the duo to five assists and six touchdowns for the season respectively.

Contrastingly, Doncaster Mustangs have struggled to get on the scoreboard at all this season, scoring just 20 points over their nine league games so far this season.

Elsewhere, top-of-the-table Sandwell Steelers host a Shropshire Revolution side who are in need a win to maintain their push for a play-off place.

The Steelers, though, are looking to pick up their ninth straight win as they aim to go an entire season without dropping points.

To complete the remarkable feat, the Sandwell side will have to first overcome Shropshire this weekend before doing the same to Lancashire when the Wolverines visit the Midlands on July 28.

At the same time, Shropshire Revolution will travel to Nottingham to face the Caesars on a day which will officially confirm the final league standings.