It's that time of week again where we put our heads on the chopping block and bring you our predictions for the weekend's action.
With the November Tests concluded, the top-class rugby continues with a double-salvo of European weekends.
There are plenty intriguing Heineken Cup match-ups on show, and with those fixtures come a barrow-load of opportunities to win yourself some cash by betting on rugby.
Let's get started.
Cardiff Blues v Glasgow Warriors:
The Blues can, for the first time in some four weeks, welcome back their Wales stars, and that gives them a significant boost against a much-vaunted Warriors side. It's a crucial clash for both teams, with a narrow away win favoured by Paddy Power. A winning margin of 1-10 points for Gregor Townsend's men comes in at 6/4. The more attractive options among the first try-scorers are the hulking Alex Cuthbert at 17/2 and dazzling Glasgow scrum-half Niko Matawalu at 12/1. A punt on the in-form Robin Copeland to cross the line anytime is also well priced at 9/2. In spite of the returning Cardiff stars, we don't think they will overcome a tenacious Warriors outfit, with the Scots likely to triumph by around 4 points.
Northampton Saints v Leinster:
This could be a real humdinger in a repeat of the 2011 final. Saints head into the Heineken Cup off a seven match winning streak, and they sit narrow favourites at 4/6. The Dubliners are arguably short of the force of old, but still boast the nous and ability to come out on top when it matters. At 6/5, they are far from rank outsiders, while a handicap bet of +2 could also do well at 10/11. We don't see a clear margin of victory for either side here, but home advantage and should help Saints pip their Pool 1 rivals by 3 points.
Munster v Perpignan:
Rob Penney's side are hefty favourites for this one at 1/14 outright, with Thomond Park at tough venue for any visiting team to conquer. It should be a comfortable win for Munster, and with that in mind, handicapping them -13 gives a decent return at 10/11. We can't see beyond a clear home victory, and expect the Irish province to finish around 16 points ahead of their Top14 rivals.
Castres v Ospreys: Castres by 7
Clermont v Scarlets: Clermont by 13
Exeter Chiefs v Toulon: Toulon by 6
Zebre v Saracens: Saracens by 11
Racing Metro v Harlequins: Racing Metro by 8
Ulster v Treviso: Ulster by 19
Edinburgh v Gloucester: Edinburgh by 4
Leicester v Montpellier: Leicester by 5
Toulouse v Connacht: Toulouse by 22