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The capital side’s form has suffered terribly during the absence of their international contingent having lost seven straight games in the RaboDirect PRO12.
But Bradley will be able to call on a full complement of players for Friday’s clash with the Scarlets, who are likely to start Grand Slam winners George North and Jonathan Davies.
And while there has been a period of adjustment as Edinburgh’s internationals get back into the swing of things at club level, Bradley is hoping their return will make all the difference ahead of a mouthwatering Heineken Cup clash against Toulouse.
He said: “The lads were back today and they were all quality players. There’s obvious competition for places that everybody can see now and there’s a lot of reemphasising the key points in how we want to play the game, breaking that down into core structures.
“Sometimes you hear a Scotland rugby call and then an Edinburgh one but that’s normal enough. The lads got through the session well and it is great to have them back.
“I think the Scarlets are playing in a European match the following week as well. They had a good win away from home against Cardiff Blues last week and got a bonus point – they are playing very well. “They have a very strong squad and they did not have Davies or North against Cardiff so we expect to see them at Murrayfield as Grand Slam winners,
“For starters we will have 9-10 Scottish internationals. All those boys will be playing because the following week will be a massive week for both clubs. There’s a lot to play for.”