Cardiff Blues v Dragons Live Stream Online

Cardiff Blues v Dragons Live Stream Online

Cardiff Blues v Dragons Live Stream Online

Cardiff Blues host the Dragons tonight in the first of the festive Welsh PRO14 derbies.

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Watch Live Stream : Cardiff Blues v Dragons Live Stream

The visitors remain without a head coach following the departure of Bernard Jackman, with Ceri Jones in caretaker charge until the New Year.

Ross Moriarty is out of the game, Cory Hill plays at number six for the second match running and Jarrod Rosser returns on the wing.

Cardiff Blues v Dragons Live Stream Online

Cardiff Blues v Dragons Live Stream Online

The Blues have Tomos Williams back at scrum-half and name a strong back row with fit-again Josh Navidi lining up alongside Olly Robinson and Nick Williams.

You can follow the match right here with live updates from rugby correspondent Andy Howell.

Kick-off: 7.35pm

Cardiff Blues: Fish; Scully, Lee-Lo, Halaholo, G Smith; Anscombe, T Williams; Gill, Dacey (capt), Lewis, Davies, Turnbull, Navidi, Robinson, N Williams.

Replacements: Myhill, Thyer, Andrews, Earle, Down, L Williams, Shingler, Morgan.

Dragons: Kirchner; Rosser, Warren, Sage, Amos; Lewis, R Williams; Bevington, Dee, Fairbrother, Nansen, Screech, Hill (c), Wainwright, Keddie.

Replacements: Hibbard, Ellis, Jarvis, Evans, Cudd, Knoyle, Tovey, J Williams.

Referee: Frank Murphy (IRFU)

 

Cardiff Blues v Dragons Live Stream Online

Cardiff Blues v Dragons Live Stream Online

 

Blues head coach John Mulvihill said: “We’ve given a fair few guys an opportunity recently, whether that’s through form and injury, and we don’t want many changes from week to week to get a bit of consistency of selection and effort.

“Consistency is something we probably haven’t had much of this season, but we’re targeting these three derby games and will look to go as close to full strength as possible in every game we play.”

Dragons interim coach Ceri Jones said: “I thought we gave a really good account of ourselves last time we faced them at Rodney Parade, especially in the first half, but we fell away in the second half.

“If we can build on that first-half performance at home, and the Clermont performance away last week, then we can go there and get a positive result.”

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