<div align='center'></div> Both of these sides had disappointing seasons last year, underachieving in the league and making swift exits for the Heineken Cup. Unfortunately not much has changed for either side in terms of of personnel aside for Ulster bringing in new head coach Brian McLaughlin and Director of Rugby David Humphreys. Chris Henry looks set to take the captains armband in place of the injured Rory Best while Simon Daneilli, Ryan Caldwell and Paddy Wallace are all slight doubts for the men from the north. Dragons have brought in Wales 05 Grand-Slammer Robert Sidoli from Bristol and former All-Black scrum half Danny Lee to bolster their squad. Having won both fixtures between the teams last year Dragons should go in as favourties, especially considering how difficult it is to win away in this league. Ulster from: N Brady, T Court, BJ Botha, B Young, E O'Donoghue, M McCullough, A Kyriacou, D Tuohy, R Diack, R Caldwell, C Henry, W Faloon, D Fitzpatrick, T Nagusa, D Cave, N O'Connor, S Danielli, I Whitten, A Trimble, P Marshall, B Cunningham, I Boss, I Humphreys, P Wallace, N Spence. No sign yet of a Dragons squad.