The home side are seeking to extend their winning run to seven games and will be looking to complete a Grand Slam over the four Welsh regions this season. Even more importantly, fans will be welcomed back to watch the game live.
Provision has been made to allow 1,000 supporters to attend the match in Belfast under strict Covid guidelines. The experiment is being seen as a vital first step to safely opening up stadia across the tournament to try to steer the professional game back to something like normality.
The Scarlets return to Ireland a week after beating Connacht 20-14 in a windswept Galway. Next week they face another unbeaten side, the reigning champions Leinster.
The return to action of Johnny McNicholl after an ankle injury made a major impact to the back division in recent weeks, but he was back on international duty with Wales yesterday in a game in which scrum-half Kieran Hardy and centre Johnny Williams made their international debuts.
Chasing hard to join them is wing Ryan Conbeer, 21, who has scored three tries in his last two outings, including a match-winning brace in Connacht.
Continue reading your story on the app
Continue reading your story in the magazine
‘Yoga-trance' saw Tim smash kicking records
Brendan Gallagher delves into some of rugby’s most enduring images, their story and why they are still so impactful
Jonny finds some more hills to climb
ENGLAND and Exeter lock Jonny Hill insists he is not in the business of reflecting on past glories as he resets his sights after a stellar end to 2020 for both club and country.
Itoje's excellence shows why locks are top earners
AT first glance reports that second rows are now the most valuable players in the European club game based on a recent survey of wages across Premiership, the Top 14, and the PRO14, was a bit of a surprise.
Harry has to be a key influencer every week
HARRY Randall played really well last weekend, picking up the man-of-the-match award in Bristol’s win over Exeter.
Women thrived in wartime
Brendan Gallagher begins a new series charting the history of the women’s game
Connolly and Foley ruined my Bath team
KEVIN MAGGS THE FORMER IRELAND, BRISTOL, BATH AND ULSTER CENTRE AND FORMER COACH OF MOSELEY
Highs and lows of Will's rollercoaster
Steffan Thomas talks to former Wasp Will Taylor about life after quitting rugby age 25
Backs are turning into grunts now
HEARTFELT apologies in advance to forwards everywhere for this treacherous item because I know how incredibly hard you all work and heavens knows the bloody backs already get more than enough glory, headlines and sponsorships.
Bristol boy Joe's done with clapping Exeter
LIONHEART lock Joe Joyce believes Bristol Bears’ multi-million-pound training ground investment has left the squad with nowhere to hide in their quest for domestic and European domination.
All Blacks deal casts doubt over CVC cash
Well, who would have thought it? Rugby seems to be the new darling of the investment industry and those who have taken the first offer now appear to be somewhat inept.
SEEK AND YOU SHALL FIND
Walking from the valley of darkness, Hayden Kho has found solace in family and faith as he builds a business not on temporal features, but on eternal renewals of mind, body and soul
La marca de lujo de diseño indio Scarlet Splendor lanza una selección de productos elaborados para su colección 2020 titulada Scarlet Scenes.