Leinster and Connacht collide in a tasty pre-Christmas interprovincial cracker, with the hosts looking to avenge their defeat from earlier in the season and the westerners aiming to win in Dublin for the first time in 12 years.
Cathal Marsh and Sam Coghlan Murray were in fine form as their combined tally of 32 points helped defending champions Leinster 'A' to round off their British & Irish Cup Pool 5 run with a nine-try 59-26 victory over Plymouth Albion.
Having already secured a place in the British & Irish Cup quarter-finals, Leinster 'A' take on Plymouth Albion at Donnybrook on Saturday (kick-off 2pm) in the hopes of claiming a home tie in the next round.
A hat-trick of tries from the outstanding Cian Kelleher was the highlight as defending champions Leinster 'A' got their British & Irish Cup Pool 5 campaign back on track with a ten-try 67-12 demolition of Carmarthen Quins.
A meeting of the reigning GUINNESS PRO12 champions and the team that have topped the table for seven of the previous eight rounds, as both Leinster and the Ospreys look to make up lost ground after defeats last weekend.
Mick McGrath is one of the latest players to make the step up from Ulster Bank League rugby to the professional game. The young Leinster winger has scored tries against Cardiff and Edinburgh so far this season.
Kevin McLaughlin was removed from the field of play with suspected concussion during Leinster's GUINNESS PRO12 draw with Benetton Treviso last Sunday. He is currently following the return-to-play protocols and will not be involved against the Ospreys this weekend.