<div align='center'></div> The Ospreys made a decent start last week with a 19-12 win over Connacht, and will be looking to improve on this with their first competitive game of the new season, while Ulster are hoping to hit back after a hard-hitting 23-6 loss to the Dragons. They shall also be looknig to end a 15-game mauling that has seen them fail to win one game in Wales for almost two seasons. The Neath-Swansea side have re-introduced Lions Mike Phillips and James Hook already, both of which are set to start, and have winger Tommy Bowe set for a return today against his old club. Jonathon Thomas is also due for his comeback after a 7-month injury break. Ulster on the other hand have Australian signing Tamaiti Horua on the bench, and Ed O'Donoghue replaces Ryan Caldwell while and Darren Cave and Ian Whitten are at centre. The Ospreys won last year's fixture 43-0 when they where at home, with Tommy Bowe also scoring his first Ospreys try on the day. Could we be in for the same again this year? Ospreys Team: Barry Davies; Jonny Vaughton, Sonny Parker, Andrew Bishop, Nikki Walker; James Hook, Mike Phillips; Paul James, Richard Hibbard, Cai Griffiths, Ian Gough, Andy Lloyd, Jerry Collins, Marty Holah, Ryan Jones (capt). Replacements: Huw Bennett, Duncan Jones, Jonathan Thomas, Tom Smith, Jamie Nutbrown, Dan Biggar, Tommy Bowe. Ulster Team: C Schifcofske; T Nagusa, D Cave, I Whitten, S Danielli; Ian Humphreys, I Boss; B Young, A Kyriacou, BJ Botha, D Tuohy, E O'Donoghue, C Henry, capt, W Faloon, R Diack. Replacements: N Brady, D Fitzpatrick, T Horua, T Anderson, C Willis, N O'Connor, J Shiels.