The Ospreys face the Scarlets this Saturday in the second of the Boxing Day Welsh derbies.
Here’s everything you need to know about the festive clash.
What time is Ospreys v Scarlets kick-off?
Ospreys v Scarlets kicks off at 5.15pm on Saturday, December 26, behind closed doors at Parc y Scarlets.
What TV channel is Ospreys v Scarlets on?
Ospreys v Scarlets will be broadcast live on Premier Sports 1 from 5.05pm.
If you don’t have Premier Sports, then you can catch a full replay later that night on S4C at 9.35pm.
You’ll also be able to follow live updates on the game with WalesOnline’s rugby coverage from Saturday afternoon.
What about live streaming?
Premier Sports customers can live stream the match on the Premier Player app or website.
What’s the team news?
Dan Evans makes his 150th appearance for the Ospreys, while Scott Williams returns to the side.
Morgan Morris is rewarded for his try-scoring cameo against Worcester last week, being handed a start in the back-row.
For the Scarlets, Leigh Halfpenny misses out, as does Sione Kalamafoni.
However, Jake Ball and Steff Evans are back for Glenn Delaney’s side.
Ospreys: Dan Evans; George North, Tiaan Thomas-Wheeler, Scott Williams, Luke Morgan; Stephen Myler, Reuben Morgan-Williams; Gareth Thomas, Dewi Lake, Tom Botha, Adam Beard, Rhys Davies, Dan Lydiate, Justin Tipuric (capt), Morgan Morris.
Replacements: Ifan Phillips, Rhodri Jones, Ma’afu Fia, Lloyd Ashley, Sam Cross, Rhys Webb, Josh Thomas, Keiran Williams.
Scarlets: Johnny McNicholl; Tom Rogers, Jonathan Davies, Steff Hughes (capt), Steff Evans; Dan Jones, Kieran Hardy; Wyn Jones, Ryan Elias, Javan Sebastian, Jake Ball, Morgan Jones, Ed Kennedy, Josh Macleod, Uzair Cassiem.
Replacements: Marc Jones, Phil Price, Pieter Scholtz, Tevita Ratuva, Blade Thomson, Gareth Davies, Sam Costelow, Tyler Morgan.
Who is the referee?
Adam Jones is the man with the whistle, with Ben Whitehouse and Aled Evans his assistants.
Jon Mason is the TMO.