Well, the 6 Nations Championship is over, the exhausted Scotland players have been given some time off and Edinburgh and Glasgow get all the attention once more as they get back into RaboDirect Pro12 action tonight.
Both teams are at home and both sides will be without their biggest players. Edinburgh will want to build before their massive Heineken Cup Quarter final in a few weeks against French giants Toulouse. They will want as many stars fit for that battle and they will be happy to come through their Pro12 game against the Dragons unscathed.
Glasgow Warriors are still hunting down the Pro12 playoffs, so they will want to crush lowly Aironi at home.
Glasgow will be featured on BBC Alba tonight, while Edinburgh will be featured on BBC Radio Scotland or on the BBC Sport website. Glasgow kick-off at 7.35pm while their mates along the M8 kick-off 5 minutes earlier, at 7.30pm.
Here are the teams to play Aironi and the Dragons, respectively.
Glasgow Warriors Edinburgh Rugby
15 Peter Murchie 15 Chris Paterson
14 Tommy Seymour 14 Tom Brown
13 Alex Dunbar 13 Dougie Fife
12 Federico Aramburu 12 Matt Scott
11 David Lemi 11 Tim Visser
10 Duncan Weir 10 Harry Leonard
9 Henry Pyrgos 9 Chris Leck
1 Ryan Grant 1 Kyle Traynor
2 Dougie Hall (CAPTAIN) 2 Andrew Kelly
3 Mike Cusack 3 Jack Gilding
4 Nick Campbell 4 Grant Gilchrist
5 Tom Ryder 5 Sean Cox
6 Calum Forrester 6 Roddy Grant (CAPTAIN)
7 Chris Fusaro 7 Stuart McInally
8 Ryan Wilson 8 Netani Talei
16 Pat MacArthur 16 Alun Walker
17 Gordon Reid 17 Lewis Niven
18 Moray Low 18 Ulises Gamboa
19 Rob Verbakel 19 Robert McAlpine
20 Johnnie Beattie 20 Alan MacDonald
21 Murray McConnell 21 Alex Black
22 Scott Wight 22 Gregor Hunter
23 Troy Nathan 23 Sep Visser
Can both these sides get a much needed win? The Scottish rugby fans would feel much better if that was the case…