**Three weeks after they were originally due to lock horns, Glasgow Warriors and Dragons will finally get the opportunity to do battle in their rearranged Guinness PRO14 fixture.**\n\nA coronavirus outbreak in the Dragons camp meant the Welsh region's trip to Scotstoun was put on hold but Dean Ryan’s men returned to action with a win over Benetton last weekend. \n\nWarriors were also victorious against Cardiff Blues in Round 8, ending a four-game losing streak, and will hope to start climbing Conference A by securing all the points against Dragons. \n\n**What’s at stake?** \n\nThis game is arguably much more important now than it was when it was postponed. \n\nWarriors are fourth in Conference A and level on points with their visitors, who are fifth in the standings but have played two fewer games than the Scottish outfit. \n\nBoth claimed their second wins of the season last time out, with Dragons overcoming Benetton 26-19 and Warriors edging out Cardiff Blues 19-10 to get their campaign back on track.