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How To Watch Leinster v Gloucester In The Champions CUp

How To Watch Leinster v Gloucester In The Champions CUp
Colman Stanley
By Colman Stanley
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Leinster will take on Gloucester in Pool A of the 2022/23 Champions Cup this Saturday.

All you need to know about the game, including how to watch and team news, can be found below.

When Is Leinster V Gloucester?

Leinster travel to Gloucester this Saturday, 14 January, with the match taking place at Kingsholm Stadium (kick-off: 1 pm).

How To Watch Leinster V Gloucester?

The match will be shown live on BT Sport 2, with coverage starting at 12.30 pm. ITV will also be showing the game, and  viewers can access the channel through their ITVX player.

How to watch Leinster v Glocester : 16 December 2022; Rónan Kelleher of Leinster scores his side's fourth try, which is subsequently disallowed, during the Heineken Champions Cup Pool A Round 2 match between Leinster and Gloucester at the RDS Arena in Dublin. Photo by Seb Daly/Sportsfile

Form Guide

Leinster produced one of their weakest performances of season against the Ospreys in the URC on Saturday, but still managed to pull off the win away from home and maintain their unbeaten record this season.


In Europe they have scored 99 points and shipped just 10, with their last game being a 57-0 home win against Gloucester. They are in their usual formidable mid-season form, and it would be a surprise if they do not come away with a bonus point win.

Gloucester are in the midst of decent season. They defeated Bordeaux in their other Champions Cup fixture, and are currently fourth in the Gallagher Premiership, and only lost by three points to runaway leaders Saracens last Friday.

Team News

Garry Ringrose captains a very strong looking Leinster side, and Hugo Keenan is set to win his 50th cap for the team. Ryan Baird starts again in the back row while Ross Byrne gets the nod at #10.



Meanwhile Lewis Ludlow captains Gloucester and Jonny May starts on the wing.

SEE ALSO: Conor Murray Getting Dropped From Munster Could Have Big Implications For Ireland


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