This will be the Welsh All Blacks' last home league game of the season and, with the weather set fair, it should attract a good crowd as Llanelli themselves have come good of late and were far too good for Swansea on Tuesday when they won 34-7 at St. Helen's.
Neath have a couple of injury concerns so the team and bench will be finalised on Saturday while Llanelli have named a strong side led by Adam Powell who moves from the second row to blind-side. Teams :-
Neath Head Coach, Patrick Horgan, said: "Due to the play-offs, it is unusually early to be winding up our home programme but we are aiming to end on a high.
"We were generally pleased with the way things went against Newport when we scored five tries and could have scored more but we appreciate that Llanelli will be coming here breathing fire and it should be a top contest.
"Llanelli are very strong at the moment and a number of their team have played regional rugby this year. They have more or less booked their place in the play-offs by putting Swansea to the sword in midweek but we remember our disappointment last November in losing at Parc y Scarlets to a last-move try in a very long injury-time and we are certainly due a bit of luck against them.
"Saturday will be another hard-fought game and The Gnoll crowd should be in good voice for the last home game of the season."
Neath (Probable) From A.Jenkins, K.James, G.King, A.Bramwell, J.Thomas, C.Morgans; D.Langdon, T.James;; A.V.Lott, G.Price, R.Davies; E.Evans, N.Bonner-Evans, P.Sidoli; G.Gravell (captain), A.Powell, E.Uzoigwe
Llanelli: Liam Williams; Lee Williams, N.Reynolds, R.James, D.Ford; D.Newton, J.James; P.John, R.Lawrence, S.Gardiner; Allan Powell, N.White; Adam Powell (captain), M.Gilbert, N.Cudd
Replacements - S.Hopkins, K.Myhill, J.Barley, D.Thomas, I.Evans, J.Williams, R.Bayliss