LUCTONIANS head coach Ryan Watkins says his side have 'nothing to lose' when they host unbeaten league leaders Caldy on Saturday.

Watkins side picked up their sixth win of the season with a 29-25 victory over Chester last weekend.

The win tightened the gap between Lucs and the sides above them in the league.

"We will be up for that and we have nothing to lose at home," said Watkins.

"We will go out there and score as many tries as we can and try and shut them down.

"We picked up points on Saturday and if we approach it the right way we might shock a few people."

Three unanswered tries midway through the match was enough for Lucs to withstand a late fightback at Chester.

"It was a very good result but it wasn't a massive shock as the boys had confidence," added Watkins.

"We played well and overall I was pleased, but there are always areas to improve.

"I think we lacked a bit of concentration when they started coming back at us and we had opportunities to score a fifth try.

"I think we were in a position where if we stuck at it we could have scored again and again, but we lost our concentration.

"A lead of only 19 points can turn pretty quickly, but that said when we were up against the wall in the last play we dealt with that well.

"We dealt with a maul and got the ball back to end the game."

Frank Kelly got the visitors off to the perfect start when he was driven over.

Mid-table Chester responded with two penalties before man of the match Cameron Tawfik spotted a gap for the visitors' second try.

Josh Watkins was next to turn on his speed to increased Luctonians lead to 19-10 at the break.

The visitors continued in similar fashion during the second half and Callum Young finished a good team move for a bonus point try.

Louis Silver kicked a penalty to make it 29-10.

However, Chester replied in the last quarter with three unconverted tries, but Lucs held on for five vital points.