**Two teams with a point to prove for very different reasons will come face to face at BT Murrayfield on Saturday when Edinburgh welcome Ospreys to the Scottish capital.**\n\nThe hosts enjoyed a positive 2019/20 campaign but were unable to cast away their knockout demons - an area Richard Cockerill will want to address this time around.\n\nOspreys, meanwhile, had a season to forget as they struggled for wins and confidence but under the stewardship of new head coach Toby Booth the outlook is much brighter.\n\n**What’s at stake?**\n\nAfter a season that promised so much ended in two knockout disappointments, Edinburgh will be determined to get back off the canvas and rediscover their regular season form.\n\nCockerill’s men topped Conference B in 2019/20 before being edged out by Ulster in their Guinness PRO14 Semi-Final while they were knocked out of Europe at the quarter-final stage.\n\nBut there was enough evidence over that campaign that the Scottish capital side are a force to be reckoned with and they will be keen to kick the new season off on the front foot.\n\nFor Ospreys, things can surely only get better after a season in which they finished rock bottom of Conference A with two wins from 15 games - a stat Booth will want to put in the past. \n\n**What happened last time they met?**\n\nIt’s been a while since these two sides have locked horns, with their last meeting in the Guinness PRO14 coming in the opening game of the 2018/19 season at the Liberty Stadium.\n\nThat collision ended in a narrow 17-13 win for the Welsh region after George North scored a brace for the hosts on his competitive debut following his move from Northampton Saints.\n\nThe scores were 3-3 at the break as Simon Hickey and Luke Price traded penalties before North’s double gave Ospreys the victory despite a late Blair Kinghorn try for Edinburgh.