Cross Keys are currently one of three teams flying the flag for Wales at the top of their respective pools, although Llanelli and Pontypridd's position at the summit of Pool 4 and 5 is far more precarious than that of Greg Woods' men.
Llanelli find themselves in a three- way battle with London Welsh and Melrose to qualify for the quarter- final stages, while last season's semi- finalists Pontypridd are narrowly ahead of Yorkshire duo, Doncaster and Rotherham, despite having won only one of their three games to date. Both Llanelli and Pontypridd face English opposition in Round 4, with Llanelli facing a tricky trip to Bedford while Pontypridd welcome Leeds to Sardis Road.
The remaining pools are both headed by Irish provinces. Leinster have 14 points from their three games to lead Pool 3 - one more than Ulster Ravens, who sit on top of Pool 6.
Cross Keys 45 Neath 18; Llanelli 13 Leinster A 19; Melrose 9 Aberavon 8; Munster A 9 Ayr 3; Swansea 21 Currie 38; Ulster Ravens 17 Pontypridd 16.