In the British & Irish Cup, Llandovery have won both of their games, beating English side Nottingham 28-21 at Church Bank before winning 29-14 at Melrose last Saturday. In contrast, the Wizards have really struggled this season and are second from bottom in the Premiership and without a win in the British and Irish Cup.
At home this season the Wizards have won one from three whilst Llandovery have maintained their perfect record even when away fro Church Bank.
Taking on the league leaders, Aberavon face a difficult task though the Drovers will be missing their main danger Rhodri Williams. The scrum-half is out with a dead leg and is replaced by Lee Philip Rees. He partners James Garland at fly-half for Saturday's game.
Llandovery: 15 Geraint Jones 14 Christopher Knight 13 Mathew Jacobs 12 Adam Warren 11 Aaron Warren 10 James Garland 9 Lee Philip Rees, 1 Dorian Williams 2 Adam Yelland 3 Peter Edwards 4 Shaun Jones 5 Bryn Griffiths 6 Shaun Miles 7 Lloyd Phillips (c) 8 Luke Kendall.
Replacements: Gareth Dean Howells, Owain Tomos Wyn Jones, Phillip Day, Richard Pugh, Jonathan Lewis, Robert J Walters, Cerith Rees, Sam Soul.