**Edinburgh and Glasgow Warriors served up a thrilling contest on Saturday as the Scottish giants returned to Guinness PRO14 action – and the pair go head-to-head once more under the lights at BT Murrayfield on Friday evening.**\n\nThe match will be watched by 700 spectators as part of a pilot scheme testing the safe return of fans to sporting events, and both sides will be eager to impress.\n\n**What’s at stake?**\n\nEdinburgh’s win last time out secured them a home semi-final. Richard Cockerill’s side sit five points clear of Munster but even a bonus-point win for the Irish province would not be enough to overhaul the leaders, who will end the season with more wins no matter what happens in \nRound 15. \n\nEdinburgh will, however, be keen to ensure they go into September’s Final Series on a high.\n\nGlasgow’s hopes of a top two finish in Conference A were ended in Round 14 but they will be eager to take a 1-0 advantage in the latest 1872 Cup series. Edinburgh have held the trophy since it moved to a three-match format in 2017/18.\n\n**What happened last time they met?**\n\nSaturday’s match at BT Murrayfield started scrappily, with both sides conceding regular penalties as Edinburgh opened up an early 6-3 lead.\n\nTries from Peter Horne and Adam Hastings, either side of a Nic Groom score for Edinburgh, gave Glasgow a two-point lead going into the interval and set up the second half perfectly.\n\nIt was the Conference B leaders who pulled away in the second period, Groom going over for his second after a trademark break by wing Duhan van der Merwe.\n\nReplacement Charlie Shiel sealed the win with a superb individual try late on as Edinburgh wrapped up a 30-15 triumph.