Unbeaten clubs Maesteg and Llanharan both have home matches, but victories are far from a certainty as Whitland will put up a tough resistance against the Old Parish and Llangennech will be no pushover at the Dairy Field.
Bonymaen against Narberth at Parc Mawr should be a lively encounter, with the Otters scrum half Adrian Killa returning to his old club. Another good open match should be at Cyncoed, where the students of UWIC meet Blackwood.
Rumney lost 29-22 early in the season at hme to Beddau and they will hope to improve on that in the return, while Glamorgan Wanderers mat catch a Brynmawr side who have their minds on the cup meeting with Cardiff. A basement clash will see Tredegar entertain Treorchy and Tondu have strong opposition against Carmarthen Athletic at Pandy Park.
East and West leaders Abercynon and Dunvant hope to stay in top spots until the new year as both have home matches to finish 2003 on. The Cynon take on the lively young Builth Wells side and Dunvant meet a middle-of-the-table Cwmavon outfit.
In the East there is a derby match between Ystrad Rhondda and Penygraig while in the West, Bridgend Athletic have already played and won against Waunarlwydd and the best match could be between Newcastle Emlyn and Pencoed at Adpar Filds.