**There’s no better way to see in the new year than a bumper weekend of Guinness PRO14 action, and that’s exactly what we have got coming up, with a mouth-watering set of derby day fixtures to see in 2021 in style.**\n\nWe have a Welsh double-header on New Year’s Day, as Scarlets welcome Dragons to Llanelli, while Ospreys will make the short journey to the Cardiff City Stadium to face Cardiff Blues with both sides eager to claim the \nbragging rights. \n\nAttention then turns to Italy and Scotland to kick us off on Saturday, as Benetton and Zebre go head to head in Treviso in the first piece of action of the day, before Glasgow Warriors travel to BT Murrayfield in the latest instalment of the 1872 Cup against Edinburgh Rugby.\n\nIn the evening we then have the all-Irish double-header, as unbeaten sides Ulster and Munster go toe to toe at Kingspan, before all-conquering Leinster welcome Connacht to the RDS Arena. \n\nWith plenty of action in store there’s so much to keep an eye out for over the weekend. Luckily, we’ve got you sorted, here’s five things to keep in mind as the new year gets underway. \n\n# Someone’s 0 has got to go \n\nThis one is massive. The burgeoning behemoths that are Ulster and Munster will crunch into battle on Saturday evening, with both sides yet to taste defeat in the Guinness PRO14 this season. \n\nBoth sides sit top of their respective conferences, both sides play devastating rugby, both sides want to win at all costs, but only one side can. Picking a winner, however, is almost too close to call.