"Narberth have made an impressive start to the Championship this season," commented Wanderers head coach Matthew Bolton. "Despite their long journey we think they will be a tough nut to crack."
Wanderers captain Alex Luff, said: "We are a young side but showing improvement week on week. Although we know Narberth present a tough challenge on Saturday, we've had great preparation this week and the boys are looking to climb up the table."
Narberth will begin as favourites as they are fourth in the Championship table as opposed to the Wanderers position of ninth but after securing two draws in row, the home side are in a confident mood.
"Everyone was reaching for the archives last week after our second draw on the trot. You'll get great odds on another one on Saturday," added manager Luke Burton.
Glamorgan Wanderers 15 Josh Hurley 14 Owen Marshall 13 Loren Quick 12 Lloyd Chalke 11 Ed Doe 10 Ianto Griffiths 9 Luke O'Brien; 1 Rhys Jenkins 2 Peter Lloyd 3 Tom Crosse 4 Alex Luff (c) 5 Lloyd King 6 Reuben Tucker 7 Garrick Armstrong 8 Patrick Marks
Replacements: 16 Jac Hopkins 17 Gruffydd Roberts 18 Andrew Bradbury 19 Mike Stephens 20 Tim Cronin