|LV= County Championship Division Two, Nevil Road|
|Close, day three: Gloucestershire 391 v Glamorgan 569-7|
|Glos 4pts, Glamorgan 7pts|
Glamorgan batsman Ben Wright believes his side can clinch victory against Gloucestershire in Bristol on Tuesday.
Wright hit 123 and Jacques Rudolph (139) as they put on 158 for the third wicket on day three to finish on 569-7.
Gloucestershire's scored 391 in their first innings, but Wright believes the Welsh county's attack can help force a final day win.
"I think all our bowlers are capable of exploiting something on this wicket," said Wright.
He says Glamorgan may not declare straight away.
"I think we'll assess and see how we shape up," said Wright.
"With two spinners in the side we can bowl over the 96 [overs] allotted on the day.
"So we might have a bit of a bat over time to get a few more there before we get to bowl."
Wright admits it is a "nice batting pitch" but is confident his side's bowlers can deliver the win.
"It's going to be hard work," he said.
"But I think if we have a game plan where we almost try and almost hit the wickets as much as we can, a bit different to what they [Gloucestershire] did.
"With the odd bumper, and hopefully our off-spinners get a bit of purchase from the surface, then we'll be ok."