Ben Rose's Bridgend side are chasing their third win on the trot.
Bridgend Ravens will look to round off the season with a third straight win as they host Cross Keys on Saturday (2:30pm).
The Ravens welcome Keys safe in the knowledge that their own Premiership status is safe for next season, with either Ospreylian partners Swansea or Aberavon facing the drop. Bridgend could actually leapfrog Cardiff to finish in eighth place in the division, but could get fall to tenth if results go against them.
The past five encounters are closely matched, with Keys winning three to two from Bridgend. The past three have all been won by the Gwent side, including a 20-15 success earlier in the campaign.
Following an excellent win over Bedwas last time out, Ben Rose shuffles his pack in regards to team selection. James Dixon comes into the backline along with Adam Field and Rhys Ward Jones, replacing Ross Jones, Luke Morgan and Ashley Evans. Arthur Ellis captains the side, with Sam Treharne making a return to Ravens colours after a long injury lay off.
Bridgend Ravens: 15. Jamie Murphy 14. Rhys Ward Jones 13. Nathan Edwards 12. Adam Williams 11. Adam Field 10. James Dixon 9. Chris Williams
1. Mitchell Auger 2. Ashleigh James 3. Cai Lewis 4. Kyle Evans 5. Ben Jones 6. Jon Vaughan 8. David Barry 7. Arthur Ellis (Capt).
Replacements: Greg George, Jon Thomas, Gary Carpenter, Adam O'Driscoll, Sam Treharne, Chay Smith, Michael Kennedy & Owen Howe.
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