Coventry play their final home game of the season tomorrow when Cornish Pirates visit Butts Park Arena with very little to play for.

With relegation suspended and promotion decided neither side have much by way of motivation except, perhaps, for home winger James Moore.

The former Sale man has been the brightest spot of a difficult campaign for Mike Umaga's side with his accurate place-kicking and incisive attacking but is not expected to remain with the club beyond the next couple of weeks.

In fact Moore's agent has told Umaga, Coventry's head coach, his client has agreed to join the Cornishmen next season which means tomorrow's game will be the last his current supporters see of him and the first viewing for his new fans.

"That will add a bit of pressure on Jimmy," Umaga said. "His agent told me all the paperwork had been done [to go to Pirates]."

Moore will retain his place in the team but lock Ben Gulliver, who damaged medial ligaments in the last match with Bedford, will be replaced by Paul Clapham.

Flanker Tom Johnson comes back into contention but even though skip-per Hendry Rheeders' work permit has come through for 2006-07, his shoulder has not improved sufficiently to allow him to play this weekend.

Centres Kieran Geraghty and Dave Tiueti are back in training and prop Kisi Pulu could also get a game having spent all of the Bedford game on the bench.

Whoever plays, Umaga expects a good performance from his men for their last appearance in front of their own followers this season.

"We have 160 minutes of rugby to play, the boys are all professional sportsmen and we want them to act as such," Umaga said.

"It is our last home game and they have got to come in after the match and face up to the supporters. They will need to give their all for 80 minutes before they do that." nScotland head coach Frank Hadden insists the summer tour to South Africa will represent the biggest challenge of his time in charge of the team so far.

The Scots have made giant strides under the former Edinburgh Gunners boss after he succeeded Matt Williams last year.

Hadden said: "A lot of preparation work goes into these things and it's a massive challenge.

"Everybody's aware they are the most physical side in the world of rugby. We've played a lot of physical teams in the last 12 months but this is the ultimate challenge for us as it will be really tough."