With the Six Nations on bye this weekend we take a look at 5 fixtures to get your rugby fix.
Bristol v Gloucester - Friday at 7:45pm (UK Time)
Expect fireworks this Friday evening with a West Country derby. The clash has produced some classic encounters with Bristol looking back at Jason Strange's iconic drop goal in 2006.
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There are also numerous head to head encounters that make the clash even more intriguing. In the pack there are two in-form second rowers in Chris Vui and Franco Mostert while Steven Luatua and Ruan Ackermann could certainly steal the show.
Bristol welcome Luke Morahan returns from injury for Bristol and goes head to head with the impressive Ollie Thorley. Former Harlequin Karl Dickson will take the whistle for the clash that will be on BT Sport and NBC Sport in the US.
Lions v Bulls - Saturday at 1:05pm (UK Time)
There are numerous derbies in Super Rugby this weekend but our pick of the Super Rugby fixtures to watch is the Trans-Jukskei derby between the Lions at Ellis Park.
The Lions have been the in-form South African Super Rugby side over the past three seasons while the Bulls are the most successful South African side in the competition's history.
Both sides will be looking to bounce back from round two losses and clear conditions on the Highveld will certainly provide some stellar entertainment.
Paul Williams will referee the clash that will be on ESPN, Fox Sports, Sky Sports NZ, Sky Sports Arena and Supersport.
Scarlets v Munster - Saturday at 5:00pm (UK Time)
A cracking clash at Parc Y Scarlets this weekend with Scarlets welcoming Conference A leaders Munster.
Scarlets will be looking to make up some ground in Conference B with Benetton sitting three places above them in second place with the Italian side holding a 5 point lead.
Johan van Graan's side have won their last 7 matches in a row while Scarlets bounced back to beat the Cheetahs after losing to Treviso.
Referee: Mike Adamson
Broadcasters: Eir Sport, Premier Sports, S4C and TG4
Newcastle Falcons vs Worcester Warriors - Sunday at 3pm (UK Time)
A basement battle in the Premiership with bottom of the table Newcastle Falcons and third to bottom Worcester Warriors facing off.
Falcons will be looking to get back to winning ways after suffering three straight defeats while Worcester Warriors claimed a narrow win over Leicester Tigers.
Referee: Wayne Barnes
Broadcasters: BT Sport, NBC Sport
Stade Francais v Toulouse - Sunday at 3:50pm (UK Time)
A massive clash in the Top 14 will bring the weekend to an end with Stade Francais hosting Toulouse in Paris. Toulouse sit top of the Top 14 log but will be wary of a Heyneke Meyer's side who claimed a rare away win over La Rochelle.
Toulouse have a number of stars with the French national side but have still been able to claim an important win over Montpellier scoring some sensational tries on their way to doing so.
Referee: Jerome Garces
Broadcasters: Canal + and Sky Sports Action