**With under a week to go until the hotly-anticipated return of Guinness PRO14 action, fans around the world are waiting with baited breath to get a glimpse of their team battling to finish the 2019/20 season in style.** \n\nBut as the fight against the coronavirus pandemic lingers on, a few key details have had to be altered to ensure the campaign can be concluded in a timely fashion, in the safest conditions possible. \n\nWhile an abbreviated format has been put in place - meaning two rounds of derby games in each territory will wrap up the regular season - there have also been some small changes to the locations of the remaining fixtures, with seven venues primed to welcome the TV cameras, ahead of the coveted Final Series. \n\nAs it stands the South African fixtures are yet to be confirmed, while the Aviva Stadium will host all four Irish fixtures, and Cardiff Blues will be temporarily housed at Rodney Parade, the home of Dragons. \n\nAlthough fans are currently still restricted to their TV screens in search of their rugby kick, we take a look at where the drama will unfold over the next two weekends. \n\n**Stadio Comunale di Monigo, Treviso** \n\nThe home of Benetton will host the first instalment of the Guinness PRO14 restart, as last year’s quarter-finalists host their Italian rivals Zebre in the teams’ penultimate match of the campaign on Friday night. \n\nAt 6,700 it has a relatively modest capacity, but Treviso is rarely an easy place for any team to go and strong home form played a big part in Benetton’s charge to the Final Series for the first time last season.