With Narberth being the bye club this week and Glamorgan Wanderers free as Whitland play their cup match, efforts were made to pair the Wanderers and Narberth, but this has now been called off. This leaves six matches with the bottom pair of Tonmawr and Brynmawr meeting at the Whitworth Ground, where Chris O'Callaghan will be hoping for his first win in charge of Tonmawr.
Maesteg and Llangennech have the chance of overtaking leaders Whitland, but Llangennech face a hard task at Beddau, while Maesteg take on Blackwood at Llynfi Road. A good unning match is in prospect at Five Fields, where Carmarthen Athletic take on the students of UWIC, while Bonymaen go to Fleur de Lys hoping to put aside the 33-10 loss at Parc Mawr in October.
The Builth Wells Bulls crashed 22-8 at Bridgend Athletic back in early October, but look for a fifth successive home win when they meet at The Groe.
Biggest game of the division is in the East at Gelligaled Park, where Ystrad Rhondda take on Newport Saracens in what is virtually a six-point match. A team to watch is certainly Merthyr, who have not only pulled away from the bottom, but a win over Llantrisant could even lift them into the top five places.
heroes Llantwit Fardre will come back to earth as they visit Hirwaun.
West leaders Waunarlwydd will face Newcastle Emlyn at Roseland Road as challengers Cwmllynfell visir Cwmavon, while Banwen, fresh from beating Newbridge, will take on Nantymoel.
Rhydyfelin are only club in this division with a 100% record after 13 straight victories, but they will face a stern test against Tonyrefail at Tynybryn Park in the South-East, while co-leaders Mountain Ash are at home to Penygraig and Ruthin are at Cae Ddol against Pontycymmer.
West leaders Loughor hope to get back on track at Villa Field against Llanelli Wanderers while the top match could be at the Welfare Ground as Gorseinon meet Aberystwyth.
Unbeaten Bargoed, who drew at Abergavenny last week, are home to Senghenydd in the East and Pill Harriers are also home to Pontypool nited, while there should be a keen match between Old Illtydians and Rhymney.
In the South-West, leaders Maesteg Quins face bottom club Glynneath at South Parade, but the big match is at Maes Dafydd as Seven Sisters face Alltwen in a match to decide second spot.
The top two sides of the East meet at Kay Field when Crumlin face Pontllanfraith, while The Troggs of Trinant meet a Cardiff HSOB side that are much better than their 11th place appears.
There may be no change at the head of the South-West as Resolven are at home to Briton Ferry and Tonna entertain Ystradgynlais.
Fairwater are hoping to get back to winning ways against Llantwit Major in the South-East, where The Snakes of Aberdare visit Bishops Field, Llandaff and Penarth have to go to Maes Gwyn to meet Taffs Well.
Llangefni and Mold are racing clear in the North and Mold meet Pwllheli at Chester Road, while West leaders Amman United take on Crymych at Cwmamman Park and Laugharne face a trip to Milford Haven.