**Munster have laid down their intentions with an unbeaten start to the fresh Guinness PRO14 season, and Johann van Graan’s charges will look to maintain their bid for a fourth Championship title at the so-far stuttering Dragons.**\n\nHaving been beaten by fellow countrymen Leinster in the semi-finals for the past three seasons, Munster have asserted their authority in Conference B from the off this term, with wins over Scarlets and Edinburgh before an impressive 38-27 victory over Cardiff Blues in Round 3. \n\nA mouth-watering clash against another Welsh outfit beckons this weekend in the shape of Dragons, who claimed a 26-18 win over Zebre in Round 2, in between defeats against last season’s finalists Leinster and Ulster. \n\n**What’s at stake?** \n\nWhile the campaign remains in its early stages and the tables continue to take shape, Munster are already four points clear at the top of Conference B and will be hungry to maintain their dominance while many of their big-hitters are away on international duty. \n\nYoungsters such as Gavin Coombes and Ben Healy - the overall Guinness PRO14 leading points scorer as it stands - have stood up to be counted in the opening three rounds, while the Irishmen will take confidence from the fact they have won 12 successive games against Welsh opposition.