**It’s been a while, but after the excitement of the second weekend of Six Nations it’s time for the Guinness PRO14 to return to centre-stage once again.** \n\nRound 11 sees some intriguing ties take place, with clubs across the Championship looking to take crucial points.\n\nRound 10 will be some act to follow after Guinness PRO14 sides treated us to a feast of excellent rugby way back in early January, while we’ve also had the excitement of two South African derbies since then. Back at the start of the year runaway Conference A leaders Leinster kept their 100 per cent record running with a comprehensive 54-7 defeat of Connacht in front of 18,300 spectators.\n\nElsewhere, an all-Welsh clash between Cardiff Blues and Scarlets ended with the latter getting the better of their hosts with a 16-14 victory at Cardiff Arms Park. There were resounding wins for Edinburgh and Zebre as they dismissed Isuzu Southern Kings and Toyota Cheetahs 61-13 and 41-13 respectively.\n\nThe Kingspan Stadium saw 17,461 fans turnout to watch Ulster take on Munster in what proved to be an entertaining clash. It was the home side who eventually came out on top as they secured a 38-17 success which leaves them second in Conference A.\n\nIt was also a productive round for Glasgow Warriors and Dragons, and they come into round 11 on the back of victories against Benetton Rugby and Ospreys respectively.\n\nWith plenty to play for heading into the business end of the season, the importance of picking up points will only grow in the coming weeks, starting with round 11.\n\n**FRIDAY**\n\n**Glasgow Warriors v Zebre**\n\n*Scotstoun Stadium, Glasgow | KO 19.35 | Live on Premier Sports 1, DAZN, pro14.tv*\n\nGlasgow Warriors look to extend their impressive run of results against Italian sides when they take on Zebre at Scotstoun. They have lost just once in their past 31 meetings with teams from Italy and have won five on the spin against Zebre.\n\nA 31-7 loss when they hosted Warriors in November will do little to imbue Zebre with confidence, but they do come into the match on the back of three wins in a row in all competitions. George Horne has been Glasgow’s main threat with five tries this term and the Scots will look to make it 16 wins from 16 against Zebre.