THE destination of the South Wales Premier League title could well be settled tomorrow as Division One’s top two sides go head-to-head at Spytty Park.

Hosts Newport hold a 27-point buffer over visiting Neath with just two rounds of the 2018 season left after this weekend’s matches.

Victory for Matt Norris’ leaders would leave Joe Parkhouse and his charges needing an unlikely set of results to snatch glory away from the 2016 champions.

Both teams enjoyed relatively comfortable wins last Saturday, Newport at Pontarddulais and Neath against Ammanford.

Neath haven’t lost since a 51-run defeat to Newport on June 9, while Norris’ men’s only reverse of the summer came away to St Fagans a fortnight earlier.

Even if Neath avenge that loss then wins against Pontarddulais and St Fagans wouldn’t necessarily be enough to catch Newport.

After tomorrow, Newport still have trips to Bridgend and Mumbles in store if they require further opportunities to get the job done.

In Division Two, Malpas remain at the foot of the table but are a mere five points behind Llanelli, who they have a game in hand on.

Both relegation candidates lost last time out, while Tata Steel and Swansea aren’t out of the woods just yet.

Malpas have home advantage tomorrow when Ynystawe travel to Gwent, the Swansea outfit arrive smarting from a four-wicket defeat by Newport Fugitives.

That triumph has pushed the Fugies up to fourth place, and they will hope to consolidate their position at home to Tata Steel.

Panteg did Malpas a big favour by beating Llanelli and they can do their Gwent neighbours another one at home to Swansea tomorrow.

It’s as you were in South East Wales league Division One as Miskin Manor continue their charge for the title.

Newbridge have 26 points to make up in the six fixtures they have left, starting this weekend when they entertain Croesyceiliog.

Newbridge scraped a seven-run victory at Pontypridd to just about stay in touch with the leaders, who beat Abergavenny to strengthen their grip on pole position.

Miskin Manor host Usk tomorrow, Abergavenny go to Cardiff Gymkhana, third-placed Chepstow visit rock bottom Tondu and Sudbrook travel to Brecon.