Following last week’s emphatic victory over Nottingham Davey has elected to go with an almost identical back division to the one that performed so well at Meadow Lane. The only difference is the selection of speedster Tyson Lewis replacing Dan Smith who is recovering from a knee injury.
The only other changes come in the front row, loose-head Tom Davies is back to full fitness and replaces impressive debutant Jack Bergmanas who takes his place on the bench. Another change upfront sees the inclusion of an exciting new signing, Leicester Tigers prop forward Keiran Brookes.
Brookes joins the Knights on a dual registration with the Premiership giants and with a wealth of experience. The 22-year-old accumulated over 40 appearances with Newcastle Falcons before joining the Tigers and has also represented England and Ireland Under 20s and the England Saxons.
After gaining their first win of the season against Nottingham last time out, confidence is high at Castle Park and Head Coach Glen Kenworthy believes the Knights have turned their fortunes around.
“The lads are in really good spirits and I’m positive we are a good enough team to beat Moseley at home.
“Last weekend so many players stood up and played exceptionally; if we do that again we can beat any opposition in this league.”