The Ospreys came out on top in tonight's Pro 12 derby match against the Cardiff Blues.
They dominated the match at the Liberty Stadium, running in three tries to Cardiff's one
The 33 points to 12 win moves the Ospreys up to fourth in the table.
Scrum half Jonathan Evans has been selected to start for the Dragons match against Treviso, with Wayne Evans taking his place on the bench.
Dragons team to face Treviso:
Tom Prydie, Will Harries, Pat Leach, Ashley Smith, Tonderai Chavhanga, Dan Evans, Jonathan Evans, Phil Price, Hugh Gustafson, Dan Way, Adam Jones, Rob Sidoli, Lewis Evans, Nic Cudd, Tom Brown.
Steve Jones, Owen Evans, Nathan Buck, Ian Nimmo, Ieuan Jones, Wayne Evans, Lewis Robling, Jack Dixon.
The Ospreys have re-signed former tight-head prop Cai Griffiths on loan until the end of the season.
The 28-year old comes in as cover for injured tight-heads Aaron Jarvis, Adam Jones and Joe Rees who have all been ruled out with injury.
British Paralympic stars Ellie Simmonds and Nyree Kindred will host a special training session for aspiring Olympians and Paralympians at Swansea's National Pool today.
Five other British medalists from London 2012 will join the pair for the session.
They'll lead a mixed group of 20 disabled and able-bodied youngsters, from the Swim Wales disability talent ID programme and local swimming clubs.
Swansea took on Liverpool at the Liberty Stadium this afternoon. The final score was 0-0.
Cardiff moved to the top of the Championship with a 2-1 victory at struggling Barnsley.
Read the full match report on the ITV Sport website here.
Swansea City welcome Liverpool to the Liberty Stadium this afternoon.
Both teams are coming at the match strong of the back of successive wins. Swansea have only lost one of their last seven games, while Liverpool haven't lost a single game in seven.
The last time the two sides met, Swansea City triumphed over Liverpool - winning 3 - 1.
It was the first time the Swans had faced their former manager, Brendan Rodgers, who made the move to Liverpool in the summer to take over from Kenny Dalglish.