Head Coach Matt Maynard has named a 13-man squad for the visit of Yorkshire to Sophia Gardens, with one change to the group that travelled to Manchester.
Marnus Labuschagne and Michael Neser will play together for the first time on Welsh soil, with the rested Michael Hogan returning to the squad that drew with Lancashire.
The rain was the dominant force at Old Trafford, with both sides only able to complete one innings as Glamorgan hit 344, thanks to fifties from David Lloyd, Callum Taylor, Dan Douthwaite, before Lancashire replied with 301/9 declared.
This week's round six matchup against Yorkshire will be televised live on Sky Sports Cricket, with more details available here.
Michael Hogan will rejoin his teammates after being rested for the Lancashire game, fresh off the back of 5/28 in the second innings against Kent in Glamorgan's previous home game, a 10-wicket victory inside two days at Sophia Gardens.
Glamorgan now sit fourth in Group 3, with a win, two draws and two losses from the first five games.
View From The Camp: Dan Douthwaite
“It was a hell of a challenge facing the Lancashire bowling attack. It was a massive struggle for me batting at the start against them, but I started to flow toward the back end of my innings, so hopefully I can carry on where I left off against Yorkshire.
“It’s good to come across them again. We played well against them earlier this season. We know what they’re going to come with and the brand of cricket they play, and I think we’re in a good position to go out there and draw on what we did in the first few days at Headingley before the snow.
“Each season I think I come back things fall more and more in place. This season I’ve been happier with my batting from a consistency point of view. With my bowling I think I’ve been guilty of leaking runs, so I need to build that consistency there too.”
Jamie McIlroy is still injured with his broken rib, and Ruaidhri Smith likely to return to action during the T20 campaign, that starts on June 10th at home to Gloucestershire.
"One of the features of the revised format to the County Championship is that several counties, who have not met for a number of years, play each other both at home and away this summer. This is the case with Glamorgan and Yorkshire who met for the first time since 2012 at the start of April, with the White Rose county now making their first visit to the Cardiff ground for a Championship match since August 1998."
Check out more in our Head-To-Head review of Glamorgan vs Yorkshire in Cardiff!
View From The Oppositon: Yorkshire
"They have quality all through their side. It will be a tough game, that is for sure.”
Gary Ballance previews the fixture for the visitors, with David Willey and Dom Bess also in the squad.
Joe Root will again feature against his brother, playing his first red-ball game at Sophia Gardens since the 2015 Ashes.
Yorkshire squad to face Glamorgan in Cardiff:
Harry Duke (Wicketkeeper - would be FC debut)
Steve Patterson (Captain)
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How To Watch
This match will be produced by Sky Sports Cricket, and streamed to their Sky Cricket channel (404).
Sky have also agreed to share their stream to the Glamorgan website, meaning that all fans and supporters will be able to watch the game, regardless of Sky subscription status.
The game will be taking place behind closed doors, with no spectators allowed.