Edinburgh take on the Ospreys this team and despite both squads losing players to international duty, the Edinburgh team is fairly familiar.
We reveal the winners of our 10th Anniversary Awards and reveal the surprising reactions we received from some of the winners
Dave Rennie’s Glasgow Warriors will take on Leinster for the second time in as many weeks although both teams are vastly different.
Talk of 4 day turnarounds is sure to resurface as the schedule for the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan has been announced. Scotland will start against Ireland.
It’s the Scottish Rugby Blog 10th Anniversary Awards podcast featuring interviews with some of the winners, special guests and news on getting involved in the Autumn.
Glasgow Warriors rebounded from European disappointment to inflict a crushing defeat on the Southern Kings, writes John Anderson.
Richard Cockerill will send a strong team over to Italy to face Treviso in their own back yard on Saturday.
As injury and international call-ups start to take their toll on Glasgow’s squad depth, Stuart Hogg and Jonny Gray will both face the Southern Kings on Friday.
Calum Gillon goes on a blind date with the Scotland squad’s 10 uncapped players and comes home smiling.
Gregor Townsend’s first squad for an Autumn International series features ten uncapped players. You might not even know some of them were Scottish!
The podcast returns with a special 10th anniversary edition with Cammy, Rory and Al looking back over the last 10 years of the blog
Injury news from Clermont and Llanelli means Scotland might need to find a new captain, temporary or permanent. Aka, the Toony Tombola: Captaincy Edition, writes Rory Baldwin.
Glasgow welcome Leinster to Scotstoun desperate for European points while Edinburgh are in Russia for one of Europe’s more esoteric away trips. Here are the teams.