Entertainment Dragons v Ospreys kick-off time, TV channel, live stream info and team news
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The Dragons host the Ospreys in the third round of the PRO14 Rainbow Cup on Sunday afternoon as the season's end approaches.
It is Dean Ryan's side's last outing this term at Rodney Parade, and both sides will be bidding to bounce back from respective defeats in the Rainbow Cup so far.
Here's everything you need to know about the match.
What time is Dragons v Ospreys kick-off?
Dragons v Ospreys kicks off at 1pm on Sunday, May 16, at Rodney Parade in the third round of the PRO14 Rainbow Cup.
What TV channel is it on? What about live streaming?
Premier Sports 1 are broadcasting live coverage, with online viewers able to watch via the Premier Player.
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Fans can also tune in to watch the full match on S4C at the later time of 5.30pm, also available via S4C Clic.
What's the Dragons v Ospreys team news?
Aaron Wainwright captains the hosts in their last game of the season at Rodney Parade as director of rugby Dean Ryan makes six changes from their 17-16 defeat to Cardiff Blues last weekend.
to start at No. 7 while Dan Baker lines up at No. 8 in a new-look back row.
Lock Ben Carter returns to the engine room and prop Greg Bateman completes the changes in the pack, while centre Jack Dixon returns to partner Aneurin Owen and Josh Lewis comes in at full-back.
As for the visitors, fresh from a 22-6 defeat to the Scarlets last time out, Justin Tipuric leads the side and lines up alongside Ethan Roots and Morgan Morris in the back row, with Bradley Davies and Alun Wyn Jones in the second row and Gareth Thomas, Sam Parry and Tom Botha up front.
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Dewi Cross, Luke Morgan and Dan Evans form the back three, with Luke Price and Reuben Morgan-Williams the half-backs and Keiran Williams and Owen Watkin at centre.
Dragons: 15. Josh Lewis, 14. Jonah Holmes, 13. Jack Dixon, 12. Aneurin Owen, 11. Rio Dyer, 10. Sam Davies, 9. Gonzalo Bertranou, 1. Greg Bateman, 2. Taylor Davies, 3. Leon Brown, 4. Joe Davies, 5. Ben Carter, 6. Aaron Wainwright (capt), 7. Ollie Griffiths, 8. Dan Baker.
Replacements: 16. Richard Hibbard, 17. Josh Reynolds, 18. Chris Coleman, 19. Joe Maksymiw, 20. Taine Basham, 21. Huw Taylor, 22. Dan Babos, 23. Ioan Davies.
Ospreys: 15. Dan Evans, 14. Luke Morgan, 13. Owen Watkin, 12. Keiran Williams, 11. Dewi Cross, 10. Luke Price, 9. Reuben Morgan-Williams, 1. Gareth Thomas, 2. Sam Parry, 3. Tom Botha, 4. Bradley Davies, 5. Alun Wyn Jones, 6. Ethan Roots, 7. Justin Tipuric (capt), 8. Morgan Morris.
Replacements: 16. Todd Gleave, 17. Nicky Smith, 18. Rhys Henry, 19. Rhys Davies, 20. Will Griffiths, 21. Matthew Aubrey, 22. Joe Hawkins, 23. Max Nagy.
Who is the Dragons v Ospreys referee?
Referee: Frank Murphy (IRFU, 45th competition game)
Assistant referees: Aled Evans, Ben Breakspear (both WRU)
TMO: Rhys Thomas (WRU)
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