Hooker Richard Hibbard and prop Ryan Bevington are both pushing for a return to full fitness for the league fixture with former region Ospreys.
Both front rowers, plus record appearance maker Lewis Evans, will look to step up rehabilitation and recovery work for the resumption of Guinness PRO14 action at the Liberty Stadium on Saturday, March 23.
Injury updates – Being Assessed/ Available for selection
Richard Hibbard (ribs) – Richard was a late withdrawal for the Ulster clash, but is scheduled to make a return to training with an anticipated return at Ospreys.
Ryan Bevington (concussion) – Ryan has been out of action since December. However, he has made good progress and it is hoped he will be able to return for the next round of Guinness PRO14 action.
Lewis Evans (calf) – It is hoped that Lewis will be able to return to training this week, after missing the Ulster fixture, and come into contention for Ospreys.
Injury update – not available for selection
Harri Keddie (toe) – Unfortunately Harri ruptured the sesamoid bones in his big toe and will undergo surgery on Thursday. Harri will miss the rest of the season.
Ollie Griffiths (bicep) – Ollie successfully underwent surgery on his ruptured bicep in Manchester last week and has started rehabilitation. He is expected to return to full fitness in approximately nine weeks.
Arwel Robson & Aaron Jarvis (hamstring) - Aaron and Arwel have had reviews of their hamstring repairs and in both cases the surgeon was happy with their progress.
No Injury update – unavailable for selection
Cory Hill (ankle), James Benjamin (neck), Nic Cudd (knee), Ashton Hewitt (shoulder), Brandon Nansen (hamstring), James Sheekey (hip)