Former Scotland star Kenny Logan is hoping his former club Glasgow can put one over oldest rivals Edinburgh next week.
The two teams meet on Friday April 11 at Firhill Arena in the latest chapter in one of the world’s oldest sporting contests.
Glasgow and Edinburgh meet twice a year in the Celtic League and now compete for the 1872 Challenge Cup, awarded to the team with the best aggregate score over the two fixtures.
Logan played for Glasgow in season 2004/05 having returned north following a successful seven years with Wasps.
He still monitors the progress of the Warriors and hopes they can see off Andy Robinson's side next week.
“I always keep an eye on how Glasgow are doing. I like to keep an eye on the whole of Scottish rugby and I want both professional teams to do well," he explained.
“But when Glasgow play Edinburgh, I definitely want Glasgow to win. There’s a lot of history between Glasgow and Edinburgh and it’s always a big game.
"At the next training session, whether it be with your club or the national team, you always feel better for beating your rivals. Both sides want to be the top Scottish team.”