The only injuries in the squad are long term victims Sonny Parker and Gareth Williams. Parker fractured his thumb in the match against Ireland and will be out of action for at least eight weeks.
Williams who never fully recovered from a shoulder injury picked up playing for his region before reporting for Wales duty, has an operation tomorrow (Wednesday) and he will be out of rugby for six months.
Kevin Morgan has started running today and is six weeks away from a return to rugby.
In addition, Colin Charvis has returned to light training this week, after dislocating his finger in the RBS Six Nations opener against Scotland. Wales's influential Captain is expected to return to full training and be available for Wales's match against France next week.
Hal Luscombe, who missed out last week due to a bruised knee, will turn out for the Dragons this weekend.
Robin McBryde, who missed the opening match of the campaign due to injury, joins Garan Evans in returning to the Scarlets. With Evans back in training but continually monitored due to a pelvic injury.
Robert Sidoli, another absentee against Scotland, but back for Ireland, returns to the Warriors and Craig Morgan who was back in full training last week will be turning out for the Blues.
The Wales Squad players returning to regional duty this weekend are:
Jamie Robinson (Blues)
Tom Shanklin (Blues)
Craig Morgan (Blues)
Hal Luscombe (Dragons)
Michael Owen (Dragons)
Alix Popham (Leeds Tykes)
Adam Jones (Ospreys)
Huw Bennett (Ospreys)
Robin McBryde (Scarlets)
Dwayne Peel (Scarlets)
Garan Evans (Scarlets)
Barry Davies (Scarlets)
Mefin Davies (Warriors)
Robert Sidoli (Warriors)
Ceri Sweeney (Warriors)