The Ayrshire Bulls have named a strong side for their final regular-season match this Sunday at Goldenacre. In a former life the origins of these clubs clashed in last year's Scottish Cup and Premiership finals, so it is only fitting the man who dealt the fatal blow eleven months ago, Frazier Climo, returns from injury.

(Climo lines up his injury time winner. Photo - George McMillan) That was then and this is now. In the newly-formed FOSROC Super6 semi-professional league the sides are equally as close, with Heriots sitting in second on 29 and the Bulls in third with 28. It could all still change with one round of fixtures left to play. Watsonians Rugby, who lead the pack, sit just four points clear of the Bulls on 32 and face fourth placed Knights. The Knights have racked up 25 points - four behind the Ayrshire Bulls. What that means is, depending on how this weekend plays out, the Bulls could finish in either first, second, third or fourth heading to the play-offs. Their objective is simple - win Sunday's game to be guaranteed a seed one or two finish, securing a home semi-final.

Marshall Sykes joins Climo returning from injury, with the two straight back into the starting line-up at four and ten respectively. David Armstrong also returns, but is held to a bench spot after a Man of the Match performance from Harry Warr last weekend. Grant Anderson also re-enters the fray, replacing Aylan Schabort on the bench. Newly-signed wing Kody McGovern, who was announced earlier today, starts at 14 to earn his debut. The action gets underway at 14.00 and you can follow live updates at @AyrshireBulls, or watch along at