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How To Watch Scarlets Vs Ulster This Weekend

How To Watch Scarlets Vs Ulster This Weekend
By Michael Bolton

Scarlets vs Ulster will see Dan McFarland's side travel to Wales looking to make it two wins from two in the URC. While they received a bonus point victory at home in their opening game, Ulster couldn’t have asked for much more, but will be aware of the challenge that faces them in Parc Y Scarlets. The Welsh side also faced provincial rivals, as a last minute converted try by the Ospreys saw them pegged back to a 23-23 draw.

Here is all you need to know ahead of Scarlets vs Ulster this weekend.

When Is Scarlets Vs Ulster?

Scarlets Vs Ulster is this Saturday, with kick-off at 1.00.

How Can I Watch Scarlets Vs Ulster?

Scarlets vs Ulster shown by Premier Sports, with coverage beginning at 12.45.

READ HERE: 5 Things We Learned From The First Round Of The URC  

Form Guide

Ulster got their season underway with a comfortable 36-10 win over Connacht at Kingspan Stadium. After a tight start to the game, tries from Luke Marshall, Tom Stewart, Nathan Doak and Stewart Moore secured the bonus point victory for Ulster. The returning Jacob Stockdale showed signs of promise and left the game without any injury problems, in a very positive night for Ulster.

Scarlets almost got their season off to the perfect start but failed to hold on for the victory at home to rivals Ospreys. A last minute try by Rhys Davies ensured they started the season with a 23-23 draw. With very little to separate the Welsh sides in terms of quality, every point will count as they aim for at top eight finish and Champions Cup qualification.

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Team News

Captained by centre Jonathan Davies, Scarlets have a mix of experience and youth across the pitch.

Ulster give a first start on the wing to speedster Aaron Sexton, who is joined by the returning Mike Lowry. Rob Herring, Kieran Treadwell, Nick Timoney, John Cooney and Andrew Warwick all come into the starting XV.

SEE ALSO: Pundits And Coach Ponder Why Stuart McCloskey Has So Few Irish Caps 

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