The Wanderers are looking forward to their first ever official Sunday fixture and Richard Hodges sticks to the baulk of the side that snatched the late draw against Pontypridd last Saturday.
There is only the one change with Nio Aiono coming off the bench to start in place of Richard Thomas who drops to the replacements.
There is also the first inclusion of the season for Ryan Beddows amongst the subs. Beddows has impressed for the Development squad all season and he gets a chance after a great performance against London Welsh last week. Ben Rose retains the captaincy.
Glamorgan Wanderers: 15. Jason Pocock 14. Robin Lock 13. Simon Rosser 12. Gareth Morris 11. Jamie Jones 10. Scott Sneddon 9 Luke Evans: 1. Nathan Trevett 2. Ryan Price 3. Mark O'Leary 4. Gareth Knight 5. Alex Luff 6. Nio Aiono 7. Ben Rose (capt) 8. Mike Grimes
Replacements: 16. Richard Emms 17. Ryan Beddows 18. Tom Evans 19. Richard Thomas
20. Luke Fear 21. Glenn Holloway 22. Mark Roper
For top of the table Canterbury League clash against second place London Scottish, Wanderers Development coach Paul Newman picks from a near full strength squad.
Victory in the clash would put the Wanderers within touching distance of the Division 1 title. Exciting prospect Ryan Healey, recently included in the Wales Under 20's training squad, plays on the wing and the side also includes 15 ex members of Wanderers youth Xv's.
Wanderers Development side: 15. Charlie Johnson 14. Owen Marshall 13. Tim Downing 12. Lewis Johnson 11. Ryan Healey 10. James Thomas 9. Andrew Cawley (capt): 1. Matthew Bolton 2. Chris Greenfield 3. Sean O'Sullivan 4. Chris Huntley 5. Christian Gee 6. Lee Highgate 7. Andrew Bradbury 8. Karl Kimber
Replacements: 16. Mark Sheppard 17. Ryan Beddows 18. Matthew Russell 19. Johnno Bateman 20. Max Perry 21. Scott Britton 22. Mike Hurley
Carmarthen Quins are holding an exhibition to commemorate club players who fought in World War I. All welcome to the clubhouse on Friday afternoon to learn more about local history, or share any family anecdotes or artifacts.
Defence coach Shaun Edwards believes Saturday's clash against England - the 'form team in world rugby' - poses a huge challenge for his side but he is confident, with Wales beginning to show the defensive qualities displayed in the last two World Cups,