**Whether it’s Wales, Scotland, Ireland or Italy that you have eyes on this weekend, there will be plenty of high-octane derby day action across the continent to keep you entertained.**\n\nWith Scarlets and Dragons facing off in Llanelli, before the Blues welcome Ospreys to Cardiff, Friday night promises to give rugby fans the warmest welcome into the new year. \n\nBenetton and Zebre will then slug it out on Saturday afternoon, before Edinburgh host Glasgow in what promises to be a scintillating Scottish showdown. \n\nAttention then turns to Belfast, as two unbeaten sides in Ulster and Munster take to the field, before Leinster and Connacht bring the action to a close in the late kickoff. \n\nWith all 12 teams in action, there will be plenty of players that will want to start 2021 in the best possible fashion, and here are five names to look out for as we head into the business end of the Guinness PRO14 season. \n\n# John Porch - Leinster vs CONNACHT \n\nAfter grabbing his first try of the season last time out in the defeat to Ulster, Porch will be chomping at the bit to get back on the scoresheet this weekend as Connacht travel to Ulster. \n\nLeo Cullen’s side have a number of players out heading into Saturday’s action, and the Australian winger will be looking to take advantage of the second-string team that the reigning champions will be putting out, and has pace to burn. \n\nThe former Australian Sevens international gained the most ground out of any player in the recent festive fixtures, as he travelled with ball in hand for 53 metres from his 12 carries with the ball. \n\nGiven the right service, the 26-year-old can be as destructive as anyone on his day, and will be fired up to try and help his side become the first to topple Leinster in 27 Guinness PRO14 matches. \n\n# Ian Madigan - ULSTER vs Munster \n\nAfter a rocky week for Ulster off the pitch, with Marcell Coetzee’s announcement that he is to leave Kingspan in the summer to return to his native South Africa to join the Bulls, attention turns to keeping their unbeaten start to the season intact against Munster. \n\nDan McFarland’s men overcame rivals Connacht in their most recent festive fixture, and it was fly-half Ian Madigan that proved the difference between the two sides in that one, with the Irishman scoring 22 of their 32 points in Galway.