WHEN the Dragons travelled to the Liberty Stadium in 2019, the attendance was announced as 8,047.

Looking around the stands, that seemed a little high but there will be no supporters cheering on their sides this weekend.

The coronavirus pandemic means the Guinness PRO14 will finish the 2019/20 season, and start the 2020/21 campaign, behind closed doors.

Here is how rugby fans can get their rugby fix...


All six matches from this weekend's resumption of the Guinness PRO14 will be live on Premier Sports.

The subscription channel will also show the final weekend of the 2019/20 regular season and the semi-finals and finals.

Premier Sports is celebrating with a special offer for rugby supporters to cover the remainder of this season and next for just 50p a game.

The PRO14 broadcaster has teamed up with the Dragons, Cardiff Blues, Scarlets, Ospreys, Ulster, Glasgow, Edinburgh, and Guinness PRO14 to provide a £80 offer with £10 from each subscription going straight back to supporters' clubs from Premier Sports as a contribution during difficult times.

All supporters need to do is use their club's promotion code on subscription.

The team at the Liberty Stadium will include Wales legend Shane Williams alongside former Ospreys coach Sean Holley, presenter Ross Harries, interviewer Lauren Jenkins and commentator Wyn Gruffydd.

Coverage from Swansea starts at 1.45pm, with half an hour of build-up before kick-off.

The £80 offer (50p a game) offer is open to all PRO14 fans with Sky or Premier Player for the 15 remaining of this season and all 152 live games next season.

South Wales Argus:


Those that don't want to pay for a subscription to watch live can see footage from the Welsh derbies on S4C.

Full match coverage will be shown on Clwb Rygbi in the evening with the Scarlets-Blues clash at 8pm on Saturday and Dragons' return at the Ospreys on at 9pm on Sunday.

The following weekend's action follows the same schedule.


The Argus will be among the accredited media allowed into the Liberty Stadium for the fixture.

A live blog will run to provide the build-up to the game with score updates and post-match reaction, plus there will be Twitter posts @argusondragons.

A report will be online shortly after referee Adam Jones blows his whistle for the last time, swiftly followed by Dragons boss Dean Ryan's thoughts.