|Guinness Pro14: Cardiff Blues v Scarlets|
|Venue: Cardiff Arms Park Date: Friday, 22 March Kick off: 19:35 GMT|
|Coverage: Live commentary on BBC Radio Wales, online and the BBC Sport website|
Wales Grand Slam winner Gareth Anscombe returns for Cardiff Blues in Fullback against Scarlets on Friday while Josh Navidi also starts.
Anscombe’s Wales rival Jarrod Evans, who was unused in the Six Nations, is appointed in 10 by Cardiff Blues.
Scarlets’ Wales stars Ken Owens, Rob Evans and Gareth Davies have been put to get their Scarlets’ returns off the seat.
Blues additionally comprise Wales squad men Seb Davies, Josh Turnbull, fit-again Tomos Williams.
Still Yet another Wales Six Nations squad member, Steff Evans, is a Scarlets replacement.
James Davies returns at open-side to begin his bid for a Wales remember after a foot injury suffered against Blues in December.
The match is vital to every team’s hopes of earning the play-offs.
Blues sit in Seminar A, level on points, however a location below Connacht while Scarlets have four points to make up on third-placed Ulster in Seminar B using Edinburgh additionally in contention in fifth.
Blues boss John Mulvihill said:”It’s great to have the ability to include all our Wales internationals after a highly powerful Six Nations.
“They won’t have a issue getting up themselves for a Welsh derby and also we have been all hugely motivated with this critical fixture”
Scarlets boss Wayne Pivac said:”It stacks up for a large derby.
“The team that gets victory goes a ways towards obtaining a place at the play-offs in conference therefore there’s a lot to play for and interesting with both squads welcoming rear players from the Six Countries. It will be a tight affair”
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Scarlets: Half Penny; McNicholl, Fonotia (capt),Asquith, Nicholas; Patchell, Hardy; W Jones, M Jones, Lee, Rawlins, Cummins, Macleod, J Davies, Cassiem.
Replacements: Owens, R Evans, Kruger, Helps, Boyde, G Davies, D Jones, S Evans.
Referee: John Lacey (IRFU)
Assistant referees: Frank Murphy, Sean Gallagher (IRFU)
TMO: Simon McDowell (IRFU)