WALES internationals Tyler Morgan and Richard Hibbard have their sights set on a return to action at Judgement Day, as the Dragons bid to end another lacklustre season with a first league win of 2019.

The Men of Gwent face the Scarlets at Principality Stadium next Saturday, a game which kicks off the traditional all-Welsh PRO14 double-header, with Cardiff Blues against the Ospreys straight after.

Ceri Jones’ Dragons will go into the final round of fixtures in danger of finishing rock bottom of Conference B – they currently sit last, one point behind Southern Kings, who play the Cheetahs.

However, centre Morgan and hooker Hibbard look like giving the Rodney Parade outfit a big boost for the derby with the Scarlets in the Welsh capital.

Veteran Hibbard missed the second game of the South Africa tour due to a hamstring injury, while Morgan remained in Wales to continue rehabilitation on a shoulder problem.

But both players, alongside with prop Nicky Thomas, could now come into contention for the last fixture of the 2018/19 campaign.

On the flip side, back-rower James Benjamin (neck) won’t be involved in Cardiff next weekend.

The 25-year-old from Newport continues his rehabilitation and return to contact drills, but he isn’t going to be ready to put himself forward for selection.

Fellow back-rower Ollie Griffiths (bicep) is starting the final strengthening element of his rehabilitation and is eyeing a return to training at the start of May.

Fly-half Arwel Robson had his hamstring scar successfully removed in London yesterday and continues his recovery.

Meanwhile, Ashton Hewitt (shoulder), Cory Hill (ankle), Aaron Jarvis (hamstring), Brandon Nansen (hamstring), Nic Cudd (ACL), Harri Keddie (foot) and James Sheekey (hip) remain sidelined.

The Dragons have won just four PRO14 games all season and lost 22-13 to the Scarlets when the sides met in January.

That defeat came six days after the Dragons had ended their Welsh derby hoodoo with a 23-22 victory over the Ospreys at Rodney Parade.

However, since then they have lost seven and drawn one in the league, that draw coming against the Kings earlier this month.

Just like their form in 2019, the Dragons’ Judgement Day record is woeful.

In fact, they have never managed to win a game in the six editions of the event to date.

Five of their six reverses have come at the hands of next Saturday’s opponents, with the other a 20-10 loss to the Ospreys in April 2014.

Wayne Pivac’s Scarlets have, by their usual high standards, had a relatively disappointing league campaign.

But they are still a whopping 29 points better off than the Dragons and can still finish third in Conference B behind winners Leinster and second-placed Ulster.