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http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/rugby-union/39052194

I think the Ospreys, all being well, should win reasonably comfortably this time - they won in Glasgow for the first time since 2009 in November, and Glasgow seem to have considerable difficulties during international periods.


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What did you predict for the Welsh game Mystic Meg ?

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Post Re: Ospreys v Glasgow
Blindside wrote:
What did you predict for the Welsh game Mystic Meg ?


A slight win for Wales. Yes I know I got that wrong, but this is a bit different. Although Ospreys did lose to Munster last week, they have mostly done very well this season, and Glasgow (during international periods) are certainly not as strong a team as Munster.


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Just watching it on S4C now. Ospreys leading 14-7 (Glasgow just scored a try).


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26-15 with just eight mins to go. Just lol at all of Glasgow's sloppy handling (mind you Ospreys have been guilty of that as well, but nowhere near as much).


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26-15 FT. Rather scrappy game not helped by the weather. All the same, a bonus-point win over Glasgow is not to be sniffed at.


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Bad result for the Scarlets, it's 4 of 5 now with it looking like Ulster or the Scarlets as the non qualifier

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Langland Exile wrote:
Bad result for the Scarlets, it's 4 of 5 now with it looking like Ulster or the Scarlets as the non qualifier


Yes and no. At least this result keeps Glasgow at arm's length from the Scarlets.


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I was impressed with Price (or pryce?). he played with more experience than he has, and he is a hard little fupper.
Reminds me of Jinx in many ways

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Post Re: Ospreys v Glasgow
najbritcol wrote:
Langland Exile wrote:
Bad result for the Scarlets, it's 4 of 5 now with it looking like Ulster or the Scarlets as the non qualifier


Yes and no. At least this result keeps Glasgow at arm's length from the Scarlets.



hard to make up 12 points over 6 games... :scratch:

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Langland Exile wrote:
najbritcol wrote:
Langland Exile wrote:
Bad result for the Scarlets, it's 4 of 5 now with it looking like Ulster or the Scarlets as the non qualifier


Yes and no. At least this result keeps Glasgow at arm's length from the Scarlets.



hard to make up 12 points over 6 games... :scratch:



Fixtures are (i think)

Leinster *
Edinburgh
Treviso
Dragons
Connacht
Ospreys*

So those marked are above them,


Munster have


Blues
Zebre
Glasgow
Ulster
Treveso
leinster

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Post Re: Ospreys v Glasgow
soap wrote:
I was impressed with Price (or pryce?). he played with more experience than he has, and he is a hard little fupper.
Reminds me of Jinx in many ways


Yup had a good solid game and dictated play with his kicking.


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Post Re: Ospreys v Glasgow
Langland Exile wrote:
najbritcol wrote:
Langland Exile wrote:
Bad result for the Scarlets, it's 4 of 5 now with it looking like Ulster or the Scarlets as the non qualifier


Yes and no. At least this result keeps Glasgow at arm's length from the Scarlets.



hard to make up 12 points over 6 games... :scratch:


That is actually more-or-less what Glasgow did in the last part of the previous season. More than with most teams, there seems to be a serious discrepancy between their first and second-string squads.


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Post Re: Ospreys v Glasgow
Luke Price is obviously young and learning, but shows promise for sure. With him, Hook, Davies and Biggar all signed for next season, it'd be a pretty strong backline with considerable strength-in-depth indeed.


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Post Re: Ospreys v Glasgow
Good win for ospreys but were maybe a touch lucky. The new 10 had a decent game. Dan baker did well


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