The Dragons climbed into second with victory over Perpignan at Rodney Parade last Saturday. Chris Anderson's men could top Pool 5 if they win in France and the Falcons lose this weekend. Michael Owen has warned not to underestimate the French side and says that the Dragons must work extra hard to ensure victory at the weekend and not succumb to the slightest or errors that have narrowed the margin of defeat in so many of the Welsh regional Heineken Cup games this season.
The Blues will entertain Gloucester in cautious mood after losing a comfortable half-time lead last weekend. It's make or break for the men from the Arms Park who are currently languishing at the bottom of Pool 6 on just two points.
The Scarlets host Glasgow at Stradey Park following their 26-29 victory over the Scottish team last weekend. Although they are only placed third in their group, the win put them within touching distance of the top two and they will be hoping to pull even closer this weekend with a home win, however, the memory of recent Celtic League defeat to Glasgow will remind the Scarlets of their capabilities and they must take nothing for granted when they clash on Sunday.