BEDWAS could make it three Principality Premiership victories on the bounce tonight if they can see off Aberavon at Bridge Field (kick-off 7.15pm).

However, in order to do that they will have to do something they are yet to achieve so far this season – win on home soil.

Their three triumphs to date have all been on the road, the last of which helped take Stefan Sankala’s team up to 10th in the table.

That 28-23 defeat of Llanelli at Parc y Scarlets followed a 44-34 win over Gwent rivals Cross Keys at Pandy Park.

A fortnight earlier, Bedwas had broken their duck for the new campaign by getting the better of hosts Bargoed 28-26.

Bedwas’ Bridge Field home is normally one of the toughest grounds for visiting teams to pick up points, but that hasn’t been the case this term.

Pontypridd, Carmarthen Quins, Llandovery and, most recently, Cardiff have all enjoyed successes there since the opening day of the season.

Aberavon have a mixed away record, losing to Ebbw Vale and Bargoed either side of fine wins at Merthyr and Newport.

The Wizards are two places above Bedwas in the Premiership standings, with nine points separating the clubs after as many matches.

Elsewhere tonight, Bargoed, hammered 40-7 by RGC 1404 last time out, entertain Bridgend, who suffered a 44-6 hiding in Carmarthen two weeks ago.

The two sides are locked together on 17 points in the bottom half of the table, with Bargoed 11th and the Ravens 12th.

Meanwhile, leaders Merthyr host second-placed Pontypridd, Cardiff play RGC at the Arms Park and beleaguered Neath go to Carmarthen.

In the Championship tomorrow, Pontypool go to Trebanos (kick-off 1pm) and Newbridge visit Beddau (kick-off 1.30pm).