The Wanderers are experiencing a slump in form themselves, and they will be looking for their first league win since November 17th after three straight defeats.
Ebbw Vale travel to the Brewery Field to face an improving Bridgend side whose current form belies their lowly league position. The leaders will be coveting a bonus-point victory however and will be encouraged by their 28-13 defeat of Maesteg last time out.
Aberavon pulled off the result of round last weekend as they hammered an in form Cardiff side 42-14 at the Talbot Athletic Ground and this week it is Newport who step into the firing line. The Black and Ambers will travel with confidence though after last week's hard-fought 16-12 triumph over Bridgend at Rodney Parade.
Cardiff have the chance to bounce back from their Aberavon nightmare when big city rivals Swansea come to town. The sides shared a breathless 34-34 draw at St Helens earlier in the season and with Swansea coming in the back of a gutsy 10-8 win over Pontypridd last week, it promises to be a closely fought contest.
In the other games, Ponty welcome Llandovery to Sardis Road, Cross Keys go to Bedwas and Maesteg play host to Llanelli at Llynfi Road.