Llandovery won away and Bedwas lost home last weekend, but that will have little bearing on the match at Church Bank, and that applies equally at Newbridge, with the Gwent club having won away and visitors Aberavon lost at home in the opening fixtures. If Aberavon's highest-ever scorer Jamie Davies is fit it would enable Liam Gadd to switch to centre.
Llanelli look a good bet to win at home to Llanharan however with danger lying with speedy wings Dan Gravelle and Viv Jenkins, while Llanharan certainly have kicking power from Marc Davies and Wayne Jervis.
Caerphilly coach Mark Ring will be looking to run Newport ragged at Virginia Park, while Pontypool have a huge task to defeat Cross Keys in a derby encounter and Ebbw Vale have a mountain to climb at Swansea. The final match will be at Sardis Road, where Pontypridd entertain Carmarthen Quins in what could be a thriller, though Dale McIntosh will be out with injury from the home lineup.