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How To Watch Munster v Glasgow In The URC

How To Watch Munster v Glasgow In The URC
Kevin Dowling
By Kevin Dowling
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The URC returns this weekend after nearly a month of interruption due to the Six Nations. The playoffs are just around the corner and it is important for every team to secure crucial points in order to finish in the top eight. Here is everything you should know about Munster v Glasgow.

Fifth placed Munster will welcome fourth side Glasgow in there last home game this regular season. Whoever wins this game is nearly sure to make it to the playoffs whilst the loosing side could end up in a battle with teams behind them including ninth placed Benetton.

Both teams will desperately want to win this weekend's decisive game.

When is Munster v Glasgow?

The game will take place on Saturday the 25th of March at 5.15pm in Thomond Park, Limerick.

How to watch Munster v Glasgow?

The match will be broadcasted live on RTÉ 2 with coverage beginning around 4.35pm

Form Guide

Graham Rowntree's men will hope to maintain their excellent league form. They've won their last five games with some strong victories over the Lions 33-3 and Ospreys 58-3.

In their last game Munster narrowly beat Welsh side Scarlets. They played very well in the first half scoring four tries and leading 35-7 at half time. However they allowed the Scarlets to come back in the game. Dwayne Peel's players scored five tries in the second half but it wasn't enough to stop Munster who managed to get three more tries in the second half. Munster won the game 49-42.


Glasgow will have to build on their dominant performance against Zebre. The Scottish side won their last game 50-8 scoring not less than eight tries. Hooker Jonathan Matthews was the man of the match with three tries.

Franco Smith's men will come over to Ireland with a lot of confidence. They will hope to win their last away game of the regular season.

Team News

Graham Rowntree made three changes from the starting 15 that beat Scarlets earlier this month.


Dave Kilcoyne, Jack Crowley and Mike Haley come in for Josh Wycherley, Antoine Frisch and Patrick Campbell.

Starting 15:  Mike Haley; Calvin Nash, Malakai Fekitoa, Jack Crowley, Shane Daly; Joey Carbery, Paddy Patterson; Dave Kilcoyne, Diarmuid Barron, Roman Salanoa; Jean Kleyn, Fineen Wycherley; Jack O’Donoghue (C), John Hodnett, Gavin Coombes.

Nine Scottish Six Nations players are back to play for Glasgow. This includes the likes of Zander and Matt Ferguson, Ali Price and Scott Cummings. Fly-half Domingo Miotti is back in the team and starts after sustaining an injury against Perpignan in January.



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