PORTLAND — The Maine Sabers, the only unbeaten team in the Eastern Football League, will put their record on the line today against a North Division rival, the Boston Ravens.

Kickoff will be at 4 p.m. at Fitzpatrick Stadium in Portland. Admission is free.

“They are by far the most physical, athletic and put-together team we’ve faced up to this point,” said Sabers Coach Jason McLeod. “They’re a disciplined team on both sides of the ball. They have athletes at all the playmaker spots.”

The Ravens (4-1) have played one more game than the Sabers (4-0) and are averaging 33 points per game. The Sabers’ offense has been productive, averaging 31 points.

Matt Rollins, a Bonny Eagle High graduate, has been the Sabers’ starting quarterback. Jeremy Shorey, the former Lisbon High and Husson University star, relieved Rollins in a couple of wins. “We focus on a small set of plays and dress them up,” said McLeod.

Strong safety Anthony Hicks, a former University of Maine player, and Brandon Dorsett, a Portland native and Colorado State linebacker, form the nucleus of a defense that has allowed an average of one touchdown per game.