Newcastle Falcons’ next home assignment comes on Saturday January 21 (kick-off 5pm) when they host unbeaten leaders Ospreys in the penultimate group game of the European Challenge Cup.
The Welsh region are unbeaten at the top of the Pool 2 standings with a perfect 20 points from 20, fielding a host of Welsh national team stars in the competition.
Fly-half Dan Biggar, lock Alun Wyn Jones and scrum-half Rhys Webb are just three of the players who have shone for Ospreys so far in the Challenge Cup, Newcastle still in with a mathematical chance of making the quarter-finals after winning two of their four games.
The five group winners plus the three best second-placed sides will progress through to the quarter-finals, Newcastle currently in third as they sit a point behind Lyon.
The visit of Ospreys is not on TV and will not be streamed live on the internet. Being at Kingston Park Stadium is the only way to see the action, with tickets available by calling 0871 226 6060 or clicking here.