All will play tomorrow afternoon, starting at Blaydon where Tom Collins will be looking to maintain his scoring form for Coventry having registered a brace on debut last Saturday. It is an arrangement the back three flyer has enjoyed so far.
"It's been a really good experience," he said. "Training is still going well with the Saints and then to get the chance to learn new moves and some new calls with Coventry has been enjoyable. It hasn't been easy making the transition but it has been a good challenge and I'm enjoying getting some game time down there.
"There are a lot of players with plenty of experience at the club and I've been picking up a few bits from them, which is all helpful."
The young back will kick off at 2:30pm, the same time as Cambridge's trip to Sedgeley Park. Director of rugby Rowland Winter has rewarded a Saints trio for their good performances against Blaydon last time out meaning Will Hooley, Darrel Dyer and Teimana Harrison all retain their starting berths.
Then, at 3pm, Moseley will field a starting line-up including the trio of scrum-half Alex Day, prop Danny Herriott and number 8 Sam Dickinson for their Championship clash at Rotherham. For the lock-up with Dickinson's former side, Academy players Adam Parkins, Tom Stephenson and Ryan Glynn are also amongst the replacements.