<div align='center'> Edinburgh v Ulster</div> So not many would have given Ulster a chance of getting a bonus point win at Thomond Park last Saturday but they showed us, the big question for Ulster now is can they kick on and continue this form through to the end of the season, it's no good producing a Connacht like performance once in a while, given the talent he has at his disposal Williams should expect nothing less of this Ulster side. As for Edinburgh they'll certainly be chomping at the bit to take the scalp of this reinvigorated Ulster side. Matt Williams makes three changes to the side for the trip to the Scottish capital. Mark McCrea comes in for the injured Timoci Nagusa while David Pollock and captain Rory Best also return to the team having been rested against Munster. Scotland sevens captain Roddy Grant will make his Edinburgh debut alongside blindside Simon Cross and number eight Allister Hogg in a new-look back row for Edinburgh while Andrew Turnbull takes over from injured winger Mark Robertson. John Houston steps in at inside centre and lock Craig Hamilton returns to the side.