A comprehensive home win for Orkney against tomorrow’s opponents Royal High Corstorphine could leapfrog the islanders into seventh place.
RHC defeated high-flying Highland 20-17 last month and ran out 27-18 victors the last time the teams met in Edinburgh in October.
Orkney head-coach Paul Livingstone said: “In an ideal world I would like a five-pointer for running in four tries and picking up a bonus point.
“They did win against us down the road, but it was our fault as we dropped the ball three times on the line in the first 20 minutes.
“They should have never been in the game. It was our own mistakes which led to the loss.
“RHC are a good side. They’re well-organised and have had good results lately.
“They are in form so there will be no complacency on our part for this match.
“They’re a young squad and it will be a tight game.”
Livingstone will not be making too many positional or personnel changes tomorrow.
He added “I am sticking with the same group of players I have used since Christmas as they’re the ones who have committed to training.”