Brynithel against Llanharan stands out in the East as the leaders entertain the second-placed club and in the West, Haverfordwest try for their 12th successive win at home to Tumble, though Kidwelly, also on 33 points, visit Hendy.
Though South-East leaders Treherbert are at home to Brecon, it is the Nelson versus Rhydyfelin match that stands out and in the South-West Banwen will find
Kenfig Hill as stubborn as their name of Mules, especially if deadly left-foot goalkicker Mark Jones is playing. The outstanding match could be Nantyffyllon at home to Bryncoch.
East leaders Bargoed are favourites to extend their unbeaten season when they take on Cardiff HSOB with Blaina still chasing and travelling to Caldicot. In the South-East, leaders Abercwmboi face a hard match at Pontyclun and both
Pontycymmer and Fairwater have away matches to win if they wish to keep in touch.
Ruthin, with 10 wins in 10 matches, travel to Pwllheli at the top of the North, while second-placed Nant Conwy will be extended at home against Llangefni.
Llanelli Wanderers are the West leaders by three points from Loughor and they should stay in from as Tycroes are the opponents with the Laugharne match against Loughor being very important at the top. In the South-West new leaders
Alltwen face a difficult match at Briton Ferry and Taibach, one point behind, are at home to Rhigos.
If Trinant against Oakdale is the top match in the East, it is even more so with Resolven at home to Aberavon Green Stars in the South-West, where the Green Stars did not in fact win at Porthcawl last wek as stated by the media.
The gap is four points, so a Resolven win would see them pull well away. Cefneithin are six points in front in the West and entertain third-placed Pembroke while Llandaff have a five-point lead in the South-East and travel to bottom club Ogmore Vale. In the North, Bangor University would have to create a massive shock by winning at Colwyn Bay. as would next-to-bottom Llanidloes in their game at home to leaders Denbigh.