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How To Watch Ulster Vs Ospreys This Weekend In The URC

How To Watch Ulster Vs Ospreys This Weekend In The URC
By Michael Bolton
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Ulster Vs Ospreys will give Dan McFarland’s side the opportunity to bounce back from their first defeat of the season last weekend. After convincing opening wins over Connacht and the Scarlets, Ulster will be disappointed with their showing last weekend, and will hope to get back on track against an Ospreys side that have been in mixed form so far this season. While the uncertainty in Welsh rugby can’t help, they have shown some promising signs as they chase a Champions Cup spot.

Here is all the information you need ahead of Ulster Vs Ospreys.

When Is Ulster Vs Ospreys?

Ulster Vs Ospreys is this Saturday, with kick-off this Saturday at 7.35.

How Can I Watch This Ulster Vs Ospreys?

Ulster Vs Ospreys will be shown live on TG4, with coverage starting at 7.15.

Form Guide

After two victories in their opening two games, an underwhelming performance in the defeat against Leinster will be on the back of their mind heading into this weekend. The story of Ulster’s season has always been poor results in the biggest games that have let them down. While the second half showed some huge improvements, particularly in the ruck and line out, they ultimately left themselves too much do.

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For Ospreys, one win, one draw and defeat has been the story of their season. A disappointing one-point defeat to the Lions was followed by an impressive bonus point victory over Glasgow last weekend, and will hope to pick up a winning run of form.

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Team News

Ulster have made a number of changes to the side that lost to Leinster, with Ian Madigan, coming in at fly-half. Duane Vermeulen makes is first appearance of the season at no.8, while Rob Lyttle and Craig Gilroy are on the wings.

Ospreys also have made changes, with Stephen Myler coming in at 10, while Rhys Webb has dropped won to the bench. George North is ruled out of the side.

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