Neath are hoping that key forwards, prop Ross Davies and lock Euros Evans, will be fit for selection after both missed the Bedford game but centre Luke Ford is an unlikely starter. However, Gareth McCarthy is ready to resume after being out of action since November with a leg injury.
Moseley beat Swansea last week so Neath are looking to salvage some Welsh pride across the border. Squad :-
Neath Head Coach Patrick Horgan, said: "Although we were edged out against Bedford on Wednesday, I was very proud of the effort all the boys put in. We kept going to the end when we were still attacking and we had our opportunities against one of the strongest sides in the competition.
"Moseley will present a similar challenge as they play in much the same style. We are aware that they beat Swansea last week and it takes a lot for any Welsh club side to go away and win in this competition but the boys are up for it and determined to do well.
"We'll again be taking strong support to the Midlands and are enjoying every minute of this exciting competition."
Neath G.King, A.Jenkins, K.James, L.Ford, G.Evans, S.Thomas, C.Morgans; J.Thomas, G.McCarthy, A.Bramwell, D.Langdon, T.James; N.Downs, A.V.Lott, A.Littlehales, G.Price, J.Reeves, R.Davies; E.Evans, M.Collins, P.Sidoli; G.Gravell (captain), A.Powell, L.Evans, A.Whitney, E.Uzoigwe