However, Maesteg were also impressive victors last weekend as they stunned Llanelli at Llynfi Road with a 17-13 triumph. That win will have given the Old Parish side a much needed confidence boost heading to the Gnoll and with nothing to lose the fixture will hold no fears for them.
Ebbw Vale meanwhile, welcome in-form Aberavon to Eugene Cross Park, determined to banish the memories of last weekend's drubbing at the hands of Bridgend. They face a tough task though with the Wizards arriving on the back of three impressive victories that have seen them jump up into fourth position.
Bridgend will be looking for a repeat performance of that Ebbw Vale trouncing when Llanelli come to the Brewery Field. The Ravens catch the Scarlets at a low ebb and having won three out of their last four, will fancy their chances of claiming another scalp.
Cardiff fell off the pace in the title race last weekend after a surprising home defeat to Swansea and they will be looking to rectify that slip-up when Llandovery come to the Arms Park, while Cross Keys, smarting from their last minute victory at Bedwas last week, are also at home, this time to Pontypridd.
Glamorgan Wanderers' season is in freefall at present so their home tie with Bedwas takes on vital importance as they look to resurrect their campaign. The Cardiff club are currently on a four game losing streak after a promising start and will have nothing else on their mind other than stopping the rot.
In the final match, which is to be played on Sunday, two of the league's struggling giants meet at Rodney Parade as Newport play host to Swansea.