**Glasgow Warriors host Edinburgh in a twice-postponed Guinness PRO14 encounter at Scotstoun on Saturday.**\n\nThe match will see some young players handed an opportunity and some more experienced ones step up their comebacks.\n\nHere are six players to watch ahead of the derby clash.\n\n**Ross Thompson**\n\nThe 21-year-old is selected at fly-half for his first Warriors start with Pete Horne recovering from a head knock. The former Scotland Under-20s vice-captain impressed off the bench on his debut during Glasgow's 10-7 defeat at BT Murrayfield earlier this year and replaces Brandon Thomson. The Glasgow Hawks player has a good sporting pedigree - his grandfather was a Scotland cricket international and his uncle was capped at rugby league. The Edinburgh-born number 10 played in all five of Scotland's games in the World Rugby Under-20 Championship in 2019.\n\n**Rufus McLean**\n\nThe Scotland Under-20s wing comes in for Ratu Tagive to make his Glasgow debut in the continued absence of Tommy Seymour, who also has concussion. The Boston-born 20-year-old scored three tries in four appearances during last year's Under-20 Six Nations and caught the eye especially against Wales when he evaded three opponents in tight space to cross. Head coach Danny Wilson described the Strathclyde University student as a "young man with an impressive skillset and electric pace".