Trojans will try to reproduce their away form at Stoneham Lane tomorrow to show home fans what they have been missing.
The club has clocked up six wins as they struggle to come to terms with life in London 1 South – and five of them have been on the road.
The most memorable was the 51-23 success at Portsmouth last October and Trojans face their Hampshire rivals again tomorrow.
Trojans, without head coach Barry Bridgman who has undergone knee surgery, will be boosted by their victory at Beckenham which came with the last play of the match.
Meanwhile, Tottonians have recently shown some of the form that has made them regular London 2 South-West front runners.
Ironically their outstanding, morale-boosting performance came in a recent defeat.
Totts lost out to leaders Gosport & Fareham in their last league outing but
went close to taking all the points back to Water Lane.
They host Cobham tomorrow and plan to turn form into precious points in their battle to reach mid-table safety.
See today's Southern Daily Echo for full story and more rugby previews.