It is back to the grindstone for Ireland's Guinness Autumn Series heroes this weekend with two provincial derbies to be contested at Ravenhill and Thomond Park.
Round 10 of the Magners League will see six teams, four of them Irish, in action - with a game each on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
The action kicks off on Friday night at Murrayfield where Edinburgh, buoyed by the signing of Samoan scrum half John Senio this week, face basement side Border Reivers. The capital outfit have never lost at home to either of the other Scottish teams in the league and after defeats to Cardiff Blues and Newport Gwent Dragons, they will be looking to maintain that record and keep the pressure on the top three in the table.
Attention then turns to Ireland for the remainder of the weekend, and Ulster will hope to increase their lead at the league's summit when Leinster travel to Ravenhill on Saturday. However a win for Michael Cheika's visitors could see them leapfrog both Ulster and Llanelli Scarlets to take top spot.
Ulster will be bidding to maintain their unbeaten home record, which stretches back to the start of 2006, although their recent form against Leinster is not impressive with only one win in their last eight games against their blue-shirted rivals.
Sunday afternoon will see the round complete with Munster looking to build on their victory over the Ospreys last weekend when they face Connacht at Thomond Park. A second consecutive league win for the European champions could take them above the westerners, who have not beaten Munster in their last 25 meetings.
IrishRugby.ie will keep you up-to-date with live match trackers from both Belfast and Limerick this weekend, and match reports just after the final whistles.