Cardiff will face Glasgow for the third time this season, in the televised clash at the Arms Park this Saturday.
Both sides will want to reignite their push for honours in the Welsh/Scottish after early exits from the European Cup.
The last meeting between the sides was in the Heineken Cup in November, both sides scored four tries, but Glasgow came away with a 47-32 win thanks to the trusty boot of Tommy Hayes.
At the Arms park in Octobers Heineken cup meeting, Anthony Sullivan and Iestyn Harris scored a hat trick of tries a piece to help Cardiff to a resounding 46-7 victory.
In the Welsh Scottish league fixture at the Arms park last Season Cardiff ran in 20 point winners - Cardiff 31 Glasgow 11.
Here are the sides in full...
Cardiff: R Williams; C Hudson, M Allen, P Muller (capt), C Morgan; N
Robinson, R Powell; K Fourie, A Lewis, G Powell, A Jones, J Tait, F
Mounier, E Lewis, S Sititi. Replacements: D Young, J Humphreys, C
Quinnell, M Williams, A Booth, J Robinson, A Henry.
Out - Cardiff: Neil Jenkins (knee), Dan Baugh (knee), Nick Walne (knee),
Paul Jones (knee), Anthony Sullivan (deadleg), Rob Howley (rested), Iestyn
Glasgow: G Metcalfe; J Steel, J McLaren, A Henderson, R Kerr; B Irving, G Beveridge; D Hilton, G Bulloch (capt), G McIlwham, S Griffiths, J White, R Reid, T McLaren, J Petrie. Replacements: (from) G Scott, L Harrison, N Ross, A Hall, G Flockhart, A N Other, J Stuart, A Bulloch, I McInroy.
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