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Live Reporting

Colin Moffat & Thomas Duncan

All times stated are UK

  1. Can Scotland complete weekend hat-trick?

    That's all folks. Glasgow and Edinburgh enjoyed good wins over Welsh opposition.

    Will that be the story tomorrow when the national side get their autumn Test series started in Cardiff?

    Join us for all of the action across TV, radio and online. It should be a cracker.

    Good night.

  2. A break from Pro14 action

    The Pro14 takes a two-week hiatus after this weekend, while the spotlight falls firmly on the international scene.

    When the league action resumes, Glasgow are at home to Cardiff Blues on 23 November. Edinburgh go to the Dragons two days later.

  3. Edinburgh forwards 'outstanding' - Cockerill

    FT: Edinburgh 31-21 Scarlets

    Edinburgh head coach Richard Cockerill tells BBC Scotland he is "delighted with the result and probably even more delighted with the performance".

    "Overall considering the week we've had people missing and getting people to play - a great performance," he adds.

    "I felt we didn't play too poorly last week, we just conceded some soft points.

    "We had some young lads in there playing as hard and as well as they can - to their capacity - do you shout at them and tell them to do better or do help them and coach them and try and get a performance out of them again and I thought we had that tonight.

    "I thought Ali Miller was fantastic. Hodgson and Hunter Hill did a great job in that second row against a really experience pair of locks.

    "I thought our forwards were outstanding and to win with an attacking bonus point with that team is some performance."

  4. 'There were a number of guys who stood out' - Rennie

    FT: Ospreys 20-29 Edinburgh

    Glasgow Warriors head coach Dave Rennie is delighted to pick up a bonus point on the road.

    "We're really happy," he tells BBC Sportsound. "To pick up five points here is great, against an Ospreys side that has had a pretty good year. I thought we were pretty good on both sides of the ball. I felt we were a bit more dominant than 29-20, but happy to get five points.

    "There was a number of really good defensive sets where we were forced to make a lot of tackles.

    "We're fortunate to have someone of Niko Matawula's ability to come off the bench and make the impact he did, he was really dangerous with the ball in his hands. But there were a number of guys who stood out tonight.

    "Nick Grigg was fantastic again, creating Niko's first try, finishing off another one, I thought he was really strong defensively, forcing a lot of errors. We're lucky to have someone of Nick's ability."

  5. 'Edinburgh's leaders stepped up'

    FT: Edinburgh 31-21 Scarlets

    Ali Hogg

    Former Scotland back-row on BBC Radio Scotland

    "Edinburgh will be very pleased with that especially after being in the lead at half-time then losing the lead so convincingly last week. That happened to them in the second half tonight. Scarlets produced a good opening 20 minutes and got ahead but then Edinburgh's leaders stepped up, Ross Ford making an excellent tackle before going off and Henry Pyrgos played a good leading role showing confidence even when down to 14 men to get them back into the lead.

    "It shows a lot of character to come out with a bonus point win and look the stronger side over the 80 minutes."

    Edinburgh huddle at full time
    Image caption: Edinburgh gather for a huddle at full time after their win over Scarlets
  6. Mountainous Mata Edinburgh's fulcrum

    FT: Edinburgh 31-21 Scarlets

    Just the 24 carries and four beaten defenders for "Big Bill" Mata tonight. That takes his league-best haul to 124 carries this season.

    Here are the colossal Fijian's statistics from Murrayfield.

    Bill Mata statistics
  7. Dirksen digs deep for Ospreys

    FT: Ospreys 20-29 Glasgow Warriors

    Special mention for Ospreys winger Hanno Dirksen, who scored a late consolation try. The South African made an incredible 156 metres over 80 minutes. Glasgow centre Nick Grigg was second best, a long way back on 90m.

    Hanno Dirksen scores for Ospreys
  8. Mata immense once more

    FT: Edinburgh 31-21 Scarlets

    Bill Mata has been fantastic for Edinburgh this season and he was at the heart of everything again tonight. Other than his two tries he had 24 carries and made 84 metres, almost twice as many as any other player on the pitch. A worthy winner of the man-of-the-match award.

  9. Grigg gets top marks for Glasgow

    FT: Ospreys 20-29 Glasgow Warriors

    Nick Grigg walks away with the man-of-the-match award. I hope three-try Niko Matawalu gets a sip of any champagne that comes his way. Does that still happen or is it just energy gels and a banana after games these days?

  10. Warriors turn it on in 'big moments'

    FT: Ospreys 20-29 Glasgow Warriors

    Tom English

    BBC Scotland's chief sports writer at the Liberty Stadium

    After last week’s sickener in Limerick this was an outstanding five-point victory for Glasgow. Loads of invention and loads of resistance in defence.

    Those moments at the start of the second half were hugely significant. Ospreys piled on pressure in two separate visits to Glasgow’s 22 but they only came away with three points. Down the other end, Glasgow had two visits in that period of the game and scored two tries and 12 points.

    They were just too clinical for the Ospreys and played the really big moments that little bit better. Dave Rennie will be thrilled - or as thrilled as it’s possible for Dave Rennie. A patchwork team in many ways still managed to produce some class stuff and an important win.

    Niko Matawalu runs in for the second of his three tries in Swansea
    Image caption: Niko Matawalu runs in for the second of his three tries in Swansea
  11. Glasgow deliver yet another bonus point

    FT: Ospreys 20-29 Glasgow Warriors

    The second string did themselves proud after last weekend's heartbreak at Munster, with Glasgow Warriors cementing their grip on top spot in Conference A.

    That's seven points for try-bonuses already after just eight games. Impressive.

  12. Full-time Ospreys 20-29 Glasgow Warriors

    Glasgow hold on to the ball for phase after phase and Nick Frisby has a quick look at the clock before gleefully booting to touch to bring down the curtain on a bonus-point victory.

    Niko Matawalu scored a hat-trick of tries, with Nick Grigg adding the fourth.

    Ospreys threw a lot at the Warriors but could only get over the whitewash twice.

    Glasgow celebrate their fourth try - scored by Nick Grigg
    Image caption: Glasgow celebrate their fourth try - scored by Nick Grigg
  13. Full-time- Edinburgh 31-21 Scarlets

    Two tries each from Bill Mata and Tom Brown, plus one from Pierre Schoeman give Edinburgh a bonus point win at Murrayfield.

    The Scarlets were impressive in patches and scored three fantastic tries. But ultimately Edinburgh dominated the ball for large spells and showed enough to get the job done.

    Pierre Schoeman (left) and Bill Mata were both on the scoresheet as Edinburgh secured a bonus point win
    Image caption: Pierre Schoeman (left) and Bill Mata were both on the scoresheet as Edinburgh secured a bonus point win
  14. Post update

    Ospreys 20-29 Glasgow Warriors

    The home side are going for broke here, surging up the field with some lovely, slick passing. The crowd are roaring them on but cheers soon turn to jeers as a penalty for holding on kills the momentum.

  15. A 'deserved try' for Dirksen

    Ospreys 20-29 Glasgow Warriors

    Peter Wright

    Former Scotland prop on BBC Radio Scotland

    Quote Message: It's the bounce of the ball, it's a nothing kick. If one player deserved a try though it's Hanno Dirksen, he's been a great threat.
  16. Try- Edinburgh 31-21 Scarlets

    Bill Mata

    And the score is awarded as Bill Mata gets his second try of the night. The big Fijian leapt like a salmon over the ruck and grounds the ball. Hickey curls over the conversion from the touchline. It's a mountain to climb for Scarlets.

  17. Try review- Mata

    Edinburgh 24-21 Scarlets

    Edinburgh's Bill Mata thinks he's scored. The TMO is asked try, yes or no?

  18. Try Ospreys 20-29 Glasgow Warriors

    Hanno Dirksen

    The bounce of the ball favours Hanno Dirksen as he chases after a hopeful kick and the winger turns on the afterburners to scream away from grasping arms in blue.

    Sam Davies reduces the gap to nine with a solid conversion.

  19. Sin-bin- Simon Gardiner

    Edinburgh 24-21 Scarlets

    The Scarlets front-row is shown a yellow card for coming in at the side of the maul.

  20. Post update

    Ospreys 13-29 Glasgow Warriors

    Ospreys have a go but they don't really look like they believe they can rescue this match as Glasgow stand firm, with tackle after tackle until a penalty comes their way.