The Gallagher Premiership returns on August 14, after more than five months of shutdown as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
With eight rounds of the regular season yet to play, the competition finds itself in a very different position to the world it left behind in early March.
The wider world of rugby union looks like it is in chaos, there are points deductions being threatened for clubs accused of breaking social-distancing regulations, players are concerned about the danger of playing seven matches in 28 days, and clubs have had to reluctantly accept playing midweek fixtures.
There are also a legion of players returning from injury and so many personnel changes among the teams that it has been hard to keep track.
There's also the small matter of the new autumn internationals schedule, in which England will face Wales, Ireland and Fiji in a proposed "Eight Nations" tournament. It is even possible that crowds will be allowed in to watch.
There's certainly plenty to discuss. That's where the Telegraph Sport rugby writers are here to help. Use the form below to leave your questions for our experts — about any aspect of rugby's return. We will publish the best of these questions and answers in a pre-restart special.