Glasgow gave an early demonstration of their title credentials with a stunning performance to see off Munster 37-10 at Scotstoun.
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Edinburgh head coach Richard Cockerill has made seven changes following their shock defeat by Treviso and claims there is no reason why they cannot bounce back with victory over Guinness PRO14 champions Scarlets.
British and Irish Lions chief executive John Feehan has backed Warren Gatland and his coaching team in the wake of Sean O'Brien's stinging attack.
Zander Fagerson has targeted revenge when Munster travel to Scotstoun on Friday night.
Glasgow forward Adam Ashe is excited by the team's potential as they continue to learn under Dave Rennie.
A late penalty from Finn Russell condemned Cardiff to a third consecutive defeat in a dismal start to their Guinness PRO14 season.
Edinburgh suffered their first defeat of the Guinness PRO14 campaign as they were beaten 20-17 at home by Benetton Treviso.
Tommy Seymour will make his first appearance of the season as Glasgow look to continue their 100 per cent record in the Guinness PRO14 in Cardiff.
Captain Will Alton is optimistic Aberdeenshire will finally notch their first win of the campaign this weekend.
Aberdeen Grammar winger Grant Walker wants five points and a big show of support for former Scottish rugby international Doddie Weir when his side hosts Kelso tomorrow.
Sam Hidalgo-Clyne admits new Edinburgh coach Richard Cockerill had to tell his players a few home truths after taking up his Myreside post.
Glasgow winger Lee Jones aims to keep the big games coming this season.
Hamish Watson thinks Edinburgh are heading in the right direction under new coach Richard Cockerill - even though they have yet to produce their best rugby.
Callum Gibbins has been tipped to have a major influence on Glasgow's pack following his impressive debut.
Edinburgh have signed former Glasgow forward Cameron Fenton following a trial period.
Glasgow made it two wins from two with a 31-10 success against Ospreys as new coach Dave Rennie enjoyed a positive first home match at the helm.
Edinburgh posted a second straight Guinness PRO14 victory and marked the first home win of Richard Cockerill's tenure with a 35-18 triumph over the Dragons on Friday evening.
Finn Russell has been hailed as one of the best fly-halves in the world after returning to the Glasgow side for Dave Rennie's first game at Scotstoun.
Richard Cockerill reckons Edinburgh are already reaping the rewards of their summer workouts.
Dave Rennie got one over on his former Chiefs assistant Kieran Keane as Glasgow Warriors outgunned Connacht for a 18-12 Guinness PRO14 win at the Sportsground.
London Irish director of rugby Nick Kennedy has tipped Blair Cowan for a Scotland recall after the flanker starred in the club's 39-29 Aviva Premiership win over Harlequins at Twickenham.
Richard Cockerill made a winning start as Edinburgh head coach in the Guinness PRO14 as his side pulled off an excellent 20-10 victory at Cardiff.
Scotland centre Alex Dunbar will complete a century of Glasgow appearances when the Warriors kick-off their new Guinness PRO14 season away to Connacht on Saturday.
New Edinburgh coach Richard Cockerill admits he is taking a step into the unknown as he prepares to unleash his Gunners line-up for the first time.
Fijian scrum-half Niko Matawalu has clinched his return to Glasgow, the club have confirmed.
Last week's training camp in St Andrews has given Scott Cummings a taste of what it is like to play international rugby.
Nothing other than winning a title can be considered a success at Glasgow Warriors this season, according to new head coach Dave Rennie.
Expanding the PRO14 to take in two South African sides is a risk worth taking, according to the tournament's chief executive.
Dave Rennie has made his first major call since taking over as Glasgow head coach by appointing Ryan Wilson the Warriors' new captain.
England captain Sarah Hunter believes her team has what it takes to win the Women's Rugby World Cup.
Holders England booked a Women's Rugby World Cup final appointment with New Zealand after beating France 20-3 in Belfast.
George Ford has lauded England's "frightening" depth of playing talent as the new rugby season nears kick-off.