BEDWAS' fate is in the hands of others as they bid for a great escape from Premiership relegation.

They entertain Swansea at Bridge Field tomorrow afternoon knowing that even a bonus-point win might not be enough to avoid the drop.

Llanelli are unlikely to be denied a five-point haul by bottom club Neath, leaving Bedwas needing Bridgend to slip up to stand any chance of a promotion/relegation play-off against Pontypool.

The Ravens climbed above them by brushing aside Cross Keys in midweek and have a three-point advantage with a game in hand on both rivals.

If Bridgend win in Aberavon then it will be job done, taking the pressure off next week's trip to Pontypridd.

Bedwas must somehow put thoughts of the games at Parc y Scarlets and Talbot Athletic Ground out of their mind and focus on the task at hand.

Stef Sankala’s men enjoyed their own super 38-19 win at Aberavon last weekend, with tries from wings Jordan Rees (2) and Deon Smith, centre Adam Williams, lock Gareth Allen and hooker Alun Rees.

Bedwas have actually won seven of their last 10 in the league yet need something of a miracle to avoid dropping down to the revamped Championship.

When the sides met at St Helen's in December it was the eighth-placed Whites that convincingly took the spoils 30-10, the Gwent side's solitary try coming from hooker Dale Rogers.

Relegated Bargoed finish the season with a pair of home encounters against teams at the top end of the table.

The Bulls host fifth-placed Pontypridd tomorrow afternoon and next Saturday they entertain WRU National Cup winners Cardiff. Both visitors have slim title chances, although they need a Merthyr implosion.

Bargoed are 15th in the table and condemned to the drop but can still overtake Gwent rivals Cross Keys, who have a two-point advantage.