Probably the biggest match for Moseley in many a season this Saturday.
They play Plymouth Albion at Billesley Common and must win or Championship rugby next season will be hanging by a thread.
Moseley are seven points clear of the bottom club and have their destiny in their own hands. A draw would do but you can’t think that way.
The final fixtures see Moseley go to Jersey and Plymouth Albion welcome Doncaster.
For Moseley, it is squeaky bum time once again. The current Moseley squad are well capable of producing a big performance and how it is needed.
There is much to inspire them.
The terrific new stand is being launched and it is old players’ day when some of the club’s finest including former England internationals will be making a return.
With no sugar daddy benefactor it is always hard. The club, headed by committed local businessman Dave Warren, have one of the smallest budgets in the division, but off the park the infrastructure is being put in.
Life would have been so much easier had Moseley won away to Bedford at the weekend, but instead they went down 31-21 as the hosts eventually crossed the visitors whitewash five times.
Moseley must sort it against Plymouth; they cannot risk having to go to the Channel Islands and win albeit a big supporters’ contingent is already booked in for a spot of sunshine.
We at Eventmasters are doing our utmost to help the red and blacks.
A reminder that the firm are providing complimentary tickets to the crucial Greene King IPA Championship game against Plymouth Albion, kick off 3pm.
To secure your complimentary tickets you will need to either follow both Eventmasters via @eventmastersuk, and Moseley Rugby Club, @MoseleyRugbyFC, on Twitter or, if you use LinkedIn, follow each of our company pages at
Once you have followed each of us on either Twitter or LinkedIn please secure your complimentary tickets through Eventbrite by using the following link – http://moseleyvplymouthalbion.eventbrite.co.uk.
There has already been a massive response. A big crowd will be roaring Moseley on.
Birmingham and the West Midlands is truly behind the lads.
Come on ‘Mose’ – you can do it!