**Ospreys are looking to reverse their recent poor record against Glasgow Warriors in the Guinness PRO14’s sole Saturday encounter this weekend.** \n\nThe Scottish side have emerged victorious on the last four occasions these sides have met, with Ospreys’ last triumph in this fixture coming in February 2017. \n\nThe sides have made similar starts to the 2020/21 campaign, with a win and a defeat apiece across the opening two fixtures, and a tight encounter is expected at the Liberty Stadium. \n\n# What’s at stake? \n\nOspreys’ impressive win at Edinburgh on the opening weekend was the best possible way to start the Toby Booth era as the Welsh side look to bounce back from a disappointing season last time out. \n\nThey were brought back down to earth in Round 2 as Ulster won 24-12 in Swansea but have the chance to pick up their second win of the campaign this weekend – which would match their tally from the duration of last season. \n\nDanny Wilson’s Warriors make the trip looking to continue on from where they left off after getting off the mark with a win over Scarlets a fortnight ago. \n\nThat result at Scotstoun followed the recent trend when Glasgow play Welsh teams, with home advantage crucial – the Warriors’ last four games against Welsh opposition have all ended in home wins. \n\nThey will hope to buck that trend this weekend on a ground on which they have enjoyed plenty of success over the years, winning five of their eight trips to the Liberty Stadium. \n\n# What happened last time they met? \n\nIt has been more than 18 months since these sides last did battle, with Glasgow emerging 9-3 victors in a cagey affair at Scotstoun back in January 2019. \n\nSam Davies kicked the only points of an otherwise chanceless first half to send Ospreys into the break with a narrow lead but Glasgow hit back after the break. \n\nBrandon Thomson’s three penalties put the hosts and neither side could force their way over for a try in a game played in strong winds and driving rain. \n\nBoth sides were flying high in Conference A at the time and this result saw Warriors leapfrog Ospreys to move to the summit. \n\n# What have they said? \n\n**Ospreys coach Richie Pugh said**: “We are disappointed with the way we performed against Ulster and we have been working hard over the past week and a half to put that right. \n\n“We know Glasgow like to play. They vary their kicking game a lot, they have a lot of strength on their edges. Like us, they have been hit by international call-ups so they will have a lot of young boys that will have the opportunity to prove themselves. \n\n“It is going to be an entertaining game. We have to focus on our structures and make sure we execute them well.” \n\n**Glasgow Warriors head coach Danny Wilson said**: “It’s good to welcome back a couple of the boys who have been released to us from Scotland camp. TJ Ioane and Hamish Bain will be making their debut for the club, and it will be the first time I get to see Sam Johnson and Jamie Dobie in a Warriors shirt. \n\n“Ospreys have started off the season well. They have a good mix of young talent and experienced veterans in their squad – similar to us."