**While the Dragons are putting plans in place for next season, Glasgow Warriors have a realistic chance of making the Guinness PRO14 Rainbow Cup final ahead of Saturday’s meeting in the Welsh capital.** \n\nBack-to-back defeats for Dean Ryan’s side have rendered their final two fixtures dead-rubbers but that is not the case for the visiting Scots. \n\nWarriors are one of three teams in joint-second and success this weekend could set up a mouth-watering final-round tie for Glasgow at home to Guinness PRO14 champions Leinster, who are also in the running to qualify for the tournament’s showpiece on June 19. \n\n**The breakdown** \n\nWing Jonah Holmes has grabbed four tries in the Rainbow Cup so far and will aim to help the Dragon get back on track this weekend. \n\nAway from their Rodney Parade home for this match, the omens are not positive for the Newport-based club with defeats on the four previous occasions they have played at the Cardiff City Stadium. \n\nGlasgow have recovered well from an opening-round loss to Benetton and could finish in first place if results were to go their way this weekend. Yet they have not won three consecutive games in the championship since February 2020.