**It’s the end of another week and that Friday feeling is in the air, which is made all the more sweeter knowing we have Guinness PRO14 action to devour tonight.**\n\n**Connacht** and Benetton go head to head in Galway with the Italians still searching for their first victory of the season, while the hosts will be looking to build on a thumping win over Zebre last time out. \n\nCaolin Blade will be making his [first start for the Irish side since October](http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/rugby-union/55172869) in the Friday night action, after recovering from a recent hamstring strain. \n\nThis weekend also sees the final round of the Autumn Nations Cup, with all eight of the competing countries in action to determine their final rankings in the competition. \n\nScotland go head to head with Ireland at the Aviva Stadium on Saturday afternoon, with plenty of Guinness PRO14 stars in action, including the **Glasgow Warriors** duo of Matt and Zander Fagerson.\n\nAnd Matt - the younger of the two siblings - has opened up about the influence his older sibling has had on his career, and how it has helped him progress to the international stage.\n\n“Zander pushes me in the gym, he pushes me on the pitch,” [Fagerson explained](http://www.scotsman.com/sport/rugby-union/he-pushes-me-when-im-slacking-matt-fagerson-how-big-brother-zander-drives-him-3051114).\n\n“If I’m slacking or walking, he’ll be the first to pull me up and if he’s not working hard enough, I’m the same. It’s a really good pressure we put on each other and it only makes us better.”\n\nSticking with Scotland, and the clash in Dublin will be a memorable one for **Edinburgh**’s Jaco van der Walt, with the South-African born playmaker handed his debut by Gregor Townsend for the final International match of the year.