Paul Turner has named a 28-man squad as the in-form Newport Gwent Dragons face a tough trip to Bath in the Heineken Cup this weekend.
The Dragons are full of confidence having won their last four matches in all competitions.
Now Dragons coach Turner has urged the fans to inspire his men to a fifth successive triumph against the Guinness Premiership leaders at the Recreation Ground on Sunday.
Turner said: "I was thrilled with our victory over Glasgow and I've praised the boys for the effort and bravery that they have put in on the pitch.
"I believe the squad has been strengthened and individuals have produced some tremendous performances in recent weeks.
"Bath will pose a huge challenge in the toughest rugby competition of the season. But the team have proved they can win away from home and I'm confident the players have the belief to do well. I urge the fans to get behind us."
Dragons 28-man squad:
Forwards: Steve Jones, Aaron Coundley, Andrew Hall, Adam Jones, Joe Bearman, Rhys Thomas, Lewis Evans, Luke Charteris, Colin Charvis, Adam Black, Tom Willis (captain), Grant Webb, Jamie Ringer, Richard Parks, Dan Lydiate.
Backs: Gareth Wyatt, Phillip Dollman, Wayne Evans, Marc Stcherbina, Robert Lewis, Rory Sidey, Richard Fussell, Shaun Connor, James Arlidge, Ashley Smith, Tal Selley, Rhodri Gomer Davies, Jason Tovey.
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