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Munster Vs Dragons: How To Watch and Match Preview

Munster Vs Dragons: How To Watch and Match Preview
By Jonathan Browne
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The URC is back this weekend and Munster are in Thomond Park as they face off against the Dragons in Round 13. Munster got back to winning ways last time out and they'll be looking to continue in that vein of form. Here's how to watch Munster vs Dragons, TV listings and a match preview ahead of the URC clash.

When is Munster vs Dragons

Munster host the Dragons at Thomond Park on Saturday 5th March and kick-off is at 5:15pm.

How to watch Munster vs Dragons

The game is live on TG4 from 4:45pm.

Munster vs Dragons is also live on Premier Sports 2 from 5:10pm.


Lastly, you can watch every game live or on demand by subscribing to URC TV.

Match Preview

Munster are currently sitting fourth in the URC table with one game in hand on the teams above them. The bounced back form losing to Glasgow with a win at home to another high-flying Scottish side in the form of Edinburgh. Simon Zebo got a hattrick that night and showed off some of the skill and flare we all come to know and love about him.

Well Zebo starts again while a young half-back pairing of Jack Crowley and Craig Casey also start. Casey as well as Gavin Coombes start after being released from the Ireland Six Nations camp. Meanwhile Crowley along with Shane Daly, Josh Wycherly and John Ryan are the only changes made from the 34-20 win over Edinburgh. Jack O'Donghue will captain the side



The Dragons aren't having that great if a season at all. The sit second from bottom in 15th, only ahead of Zebre. It' s been a tumultuous Director of Rugby Dean Ryan coming under huge pressure for squad's performance while he's collecting a huge salary.

Wales international number 8 Aaron Wainwright starts after he was released from the Wales Six Nations camp. Rhodri Williams returns to start at scrum-half and partner Sam Davies in the half-backs.

See Also: Ireland's 2016 U20 World Championship Finalists: Where Are They Now?

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