At the Brewery Field a deflated Bridgend take on fourth-placed Aberavon who still have a chance of snatching third spot from Pontypridd. The Ravens saw their title chase come off the rails at the Gnoll in mid-week but can still be pleased with a fine season and mounting a worthy challenge to unbeatable Neath. Three points is a must for Chris Stephens's men as they seek to end the season on a high and begin planning for next season's assault on the championship.
With an astounding great escape act complete and the critics dumbfounded Cardiff welcome Bedwas to the Arms Park on Saturday. The Blues & Blacks were looking down and out only a matter of weeks ago but an Houdini-esque turn around has seen them surge up the table and out of danger. Ninth-placed Bedwas are the visitors this weekend, assured of their top flight future for another season but suffering a recent dip in form.
Basement-dwellers Pontypool play host to Newport with three points vital if they are to avoid relegation this season., while confusion still reigns as to how many teams will be demoted points are a priority for those in the danger zone. Pooler can take heart from Newport's mid-week defeat at the hands of Maesteg but must also beware the wounded animal.
Konica Minolta Cup finalists Pontypridd travel to the Memorial Ground to front up to Glamorgan Wanderers and defend their league position against Aberavon. The Wanderers lost out to struggling Llandovery in their last outing and will be looking for a swift return to winning ways.
Simon King's Pontypridd, however, will be looking to erase the memories of their recent defeat at the hands of Llanelli and build momentum for their Millennium Stadium showdown with Neath.
Elsewhere, Carmarthen entertain Swansea, Cross Keys welcome Ebbw Vale to Pandy Park and Llandovery travel to Stradey Park to take on Llanelli.