Llanelli travel to London Scottish on Sunday still with a chance of making it through to the quarter final stages of the British & Irish Cup.
The Welsh side are currently in second place in Pool 6, five points behind pool leaders Moseley.
Though they are still in with a chance of progressing from their group, Llanelli know they need a win on Sunday and hope the pool leaders fail to pick up points in the other pool game against Gala.
With this in mind, Llanelli name a strong side for their trip to Scottish. Dale Ford and Alec Jenkins start on the wings with Dion Jones at full back.
In the pack, Lewis Rawlins, Dan Thomas and Craig Price make up the back row as they seek what is a much needed win.
Llanelli:15 Dion Jones 14 Dale Ford 13 Steffan Hughes 12 Johnny Lewis 11 Alec Jenkins 10 Owen Williams 9 Ryan Jones, 1 Rhodri Jones 2 Kirby Myhill 3 Aled Hopkins 4 Nathan White 5 Joel Galley 6 Lewis Rawlins 7 Dan Thomas 8 Craig Price
Replacements: 16 Rhys Thomas 17 Craig Hawkins 18 Craig Cross 19 Duane Eager 20 Rhys Lane 21 Diggy Bird 22 Kyle Evans.
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