EBBW Vale head to the capital looking to hit a Principality Premiership century when they take on cup-winning Cardiff at the Arms Park, writes Chris Kirwan.

The Steelmen finished at Eugene Cross Park with a trio of bonus-point wins and if they do the same in the capital then they will hit 100 points.

That won't be an easy task against a Blue and Blacks side buoyed by last Sunday's stunning WRU National Cup win against Merthyr and who still have a slim chance of doing the double.

Ebbw sit third in the table, although they are likely to drop due to rivals having games in hand, and want to finish with a flourish.

"We have been great in the last month and we want to keep our attacking threat going at Cardiff," said head coach Greg Woods.

"We have finished as top Gwent team, we've passed 20 wins, we could still finish with 100 points and we want to end with the best defensive record.

"That being said, I think it is going to be a game full of tempo and attacking intent – it could be a great end-of-season game because they will be full of confidence after the cup final."

Ebbw have crossed for 23 tries and racked up 155 points in wins against Bargoed (34-10), Bedwas (47-24) and Neath (74-7).

"I am really pleased with our attack, which is a part of our game we have worked hard on since Christmas," said Woods, who has a full squad to pick from this weekend.

"The amount of tries we have scored has been really pleasing but it's also been the way we are playing - it's a brand of rugby that is enjoyable to watch."

Ebbw came back from 20-7 down to win 22-20 when the teams met in December after tries by Lewis Young, Ashley Sweet and Lloyd Evans plus a late Rhys Jones drop goal.