Ulster welcome Racing to Ravenhill for a must-win Champions Cup clash. Prior to the game, they lost John Cooney to injury. Despite this, Dan McFarland's side roared into the game to run two early tries in.
It started with Robert Baloucoune on his European debut, who touched down after just seven minutes thanks to some nice work from Louis Ludik.
Soon after Jacob Stockdale got in on the act after a superb Will Addison step. Simon Zebo made a poor read and bite in off his wing to allow the Irish winger roar home. The TMO did have a look but decided the pass was not forward and Ulster took a two-try lead.
However, Racing were quick to respond. After a brilliant Virimi Vakatawa solo effort, Simon Zebo did superbly to get down and avoid touch in the corner.
Victory would mean revenge for their 44-12 loss in Paris but beyond that, Ulster could move to 18 points and take a huge step towards a quarter-final.