After Boxing Day’s nail-biting Domino’s Derby win at Parc y Scarlets, you’ve only got a week to wait until the second instalment at the Liberty Stadium on Friday 3rd January.
There was just four points in it in Round 1, Ian Evans scoring the only try of the game as the Ospreys came out on top in an enthralling encounter with a 10-6 win over traditional rivals the Scarlets.
The victory made it two years without defeat for the region in PRO12 derby matches against their fellow regions, a run now stretching to 12 matches, while the Ospreys have only tasted defeat once in the last 11 against the team from just across the Loughor Bridge.
Now, the Liberty Stadium leg looks set to be played out in front of the biggest regional rugby crowd of the season to date.
You can be part of what promises to be another great occasion for regional rugby in Wales by securing your tickets for the game ahead of Friday.
Please note that the Ticket Office and Hotline (0844 815 6665) hours over the holiday period are as following:
Fri 27th Dec 10am-4pm
Sat 28th Dec 10am-4pm
Sun 29th Dec CLOSED
Mon 30th Dec 10am-6pm
Tues 31st Dec 10am-4pm
Weds 1st Jan 9am-4pm (Note that Swans v Man City kicks off 12.45pm)
Thurs 2nd Jan 10am-6pm
Fri 2rd Jan 10am-7.15pm (KO versus Scarlets)
Alternatively, you can buy your tickets online at www.ospreysrugby.com/buytickets any time of the day or night and beat the queues.
In addition, tickets can be purchased from the following Tesco stores in Ospreylia:
Tesco Extra Bridgend
Tesco Extra Fforestfach
Tesco Extra Llansamlet
Tesco Neath Abbey
Tesco Swansea Marina
For this game, you can also buy tickets from Tesco Extra Parc Trostre in Llanelli