Skolars have lost their two trips to Spotland this season, but hope to cause an upset at New River Stadium.
Coach Joe Mbu said: “We’ve played them twice so far, and they had a few changes in personnel between those games.
“I’m expecting the same Rochdale that we usually see – a good, strong, powerful team.
“I’m sure they will fancy coming here and getting a win off us.”
Mbu’s only injury absentee is Jack Dillon, who could miss the rest of the season with a knee injury.
Rochdale moved up to second with Sunday’s 46-4 win at Gateshead Thunder and coach Ian Talbot is looking for them to continue their recent good form.
He said: “It was a great performance, especially defensively.
“When Skolars came up to our for the league game it was tit-for-tat for long periods.
“I’ve spoken about it before – the quality in London is improving year on year, and it won’t be easy on that tight pitch there.”