**The recent surrendering of their place in the Final Series spots has made it critical for the Toyota Cheetahs to end their Guinness PRO14 tour on a winning note but apart from their Dragons opponents they are going to have deal with the obstacle placed in their way by Storm Jorge.**\n\nThe latest weather system to hit Ireland and the UK is due to make landfall on Saturday and in some places winds gusting between 150 to 200 km an hour are anticipated as well as heavy rain. \n\nAccording to Cheetahs coach Hawies Fourie the ground at Newport where Saturday night’s game will be played is already so wet and muddy that it is doubtful his team will be allowed to go there for the usual pre-match captain’s practice.\n\nThe Cheetahs have encountered some pretty inclement conditions already on their northern hemisphere trips in their current campaign but Fourie fears the conditions for this game could be a case of “you ain’t seen nothing yet” as the predictions are particularly dire.\n\n“These will definitely be the toughest conditions we have encountered so far,” said Fourie, who watched his team lose to Leinster in a Dublin downpour two weeks ago.\n\n“In addition to rain, a huge wind is expected, and the field is already wet. It doesn’t look like we are going to be allowed onto the field before the game. So in addition to the strong wind, the game is also likely to be played in a mud bath. That is a leveller in any rugby match.