ROCHFORD Hundred face Wimbledon in the battle of London & SE Premier Division’s two unbeaten teams tomorrow.

Both sides have won all six of their matches this term.

But Hundred skipper Harry Hudson is confident Rochford have what it takes to triumph this weekend.

“If we turn up and play to our potential then we back ourselves to have a chance to win against any team in the league,” said Hudson, who has scored tries in every game this season.

“This is going to be one of our biggest games of the year but I don’t know what to expect from them.

“They’re obviously good and they probably like their union, may even like their league.

“But we will be worried about us though.”

Rochford and Wimbledon both have a maximum 30 points from their six games.

However, it is Wimbledon who top the table on points difference.

The clash is likely to be Rochford’s toughest in quite some time.

But Chris Green’s side will be heading into the contest on a high having won their last 54 league games, all with try-scoring bonus points.

Last time out, Rochford triumphed 24-9 against Tunbridge Wells.

And Hudson was pleased to pick up another win.

“We got the job done,” said Hudson.

“It wasn’t particularly pretty but we scored four tries and they didn’t score any.”

As a result, Rochford have still not lost since April 2017.

And Hudson feels that means Hundred remain on a huge high.

“I’m sure the team is feeling pretty confident,” said Hudson.

“We’ve been able to rest people, people have played out of position and we’ve been able to identify areas that need improving.

“We have been trying to do that all with the idea that was one of the biggest games of the year.”

Tomorrow’s clash will also see the league’s best attack against the league’s best defence.

Rochford have the best defence having conceded just 95 points in six games while Wimbledon have the most impressive attack having scored 252 points.

Rochford are the second highest scorers having bagged 215 points.

>In London One South, Thurrock are at home to Horsham while, in London Two North East, South Woodham Ferrers host Holt.

In London Three Essex, bottom of the table Basildon - who have yet to win this season - head to Kings Cross Steelers.

In Essex One, Canvey Island are in action away from home as they head to Maldon while Billericay travel to Millwall.