Edinburgh have been plunged into a second prop crisis of the season after Simon Berghan was banned for six weeks.
The teams are out for the last game of the year, 1872 Cup Leg 2 at Scotstoun where Glasgow have a bit of a recovery operation on their hands. Both coaches have made changes.
To the victor, the spoils. Gav Harper rates the Edinburgh players who won despite being a man down for 75+ minutes of the game.
A third disappointing loss in a row for Glasgow which will lead to head coach Dave Rennie once again thinking: “How the hell did that happen?” Iain Hay rates his players.
Edinburgh took on Glasgow in the first of three 1872 Cup legs this season, and a return to back to back festive derby matches. An early sending off threatened to turn it into a mouldy brussel sprout but Edinburgh fought back to make a cracker of it as Rory Baldwin looked on.
Edinburgh and Glasgow have been signing up their talent as the 1872 Cup once again takes centre stage over the festive period.
The ancient inter-city rugby rivalry between Edinburgh and Glasgow will be given an extra leg to make it a best of three series, it has been announced (includes Edinburgh v Krasny vid).
Glasgow’s European campaign ended last week but this weekend they were determined to go down fighting. There was plenty of spark, but not enough concentration, writes Rory Baldwin.
Richard Cockerill has picked a decent strength side to face the Russian side Krasny Yar going as Edinburgh pass the half way point in their European campaign with a decent head of steam.
This week Cammy is joined by Ruairidh and Brodie to look back at the past 12 months in Scottish rugby and Cammy and Brodie put some festive themed questions about the laws of the game to Ruairidh.
Rumours are swirling that the SRU are seriously considering mounting a bid for an ownership stake in Premiership side Worcester Warriors. Is there any point, asks Rory Baldwin?
Darcy Graham and Matt Shields will make their first full appearances for Edinburgh when Gordy Reid and London Irish come to town this weekend.
It’s a battle of wits between the “good buggers” as Vern Cotter comes to town to face Dave Rennie’s Glasgow Warriors.