But assistant coach Jermaine Coleman believes the Londoners are heading in the right direction.
Coleman said: “There were a few individual errors, which we can work on, but it was a step forward and more of a team effort. The scoreline didn’t reflect the game.”
Joint Town coach Gary Charlton said: “We’ll still have a decent squad for the match.
“It’s a long trip, but we’ve only got to do it once. We’ll go there with a job to do, and hopefully we can do it well.”
He added: “If we go with the right attitude and go to play, then I think we’ll come away with the three points.
“London play a decent brand of rugby, but I think it’s more about what we do rather than worrying about what they bring. If we play to our strengths and our potential, then I’ll be happy.”