The Irish side face a decisive Champions Cup game this afternoon, we have all the details on where to watch Connacht vs Toulouse.
Where to watch Connacht Vs Toulouse?
Connacht vs Toulouse kicks off at 3.15pm this afternoon, with the game being broadcast live on BT Sport 3. Coverage gets underway at 3pm.
Connacht team news?
Both Jack Carty and Bundee Aki return to the Connacht team after sitting out the last couple of games, with other Irish internationals Finlay Bealham, Ultan Dillane and Matt Healy also being drafted into the starting XV.
Elsewhere, Jarrad Butler and Colby Fainga’a have recovered from injury to take their place in the side.
Here's the team in full:
15-9: Tiernan O’Halloran, Niyi Adeolokun, Bundee Aki, Peter Robb, Matt Healy, Jack Carty, Stephen Kerins.
1-8: Paddy McAllister, Tom McCartney, Finlay Bealham, Ultan Dillane, Gavin Thornbury, Paul Boyle, Colby Fainga’a, Jarrad Butler (C).
Replacements: David Heffernan, Denis Buckley, Dominic Robertson-McCoy, Joe Maksymiw, Eoin McKeon, Caolin Blade, David Horwitz, John Porch.
Toulouse team news?
The Toulouse side features a number of well-known names, including World Cup winning winger Cheslin Kolbe.
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— Stade Toulousain (@StadeToulousain) January 10, 2020
What's on the line?
This game is a must win for Connacht in order to keep alive their hopes of reaching the quarter finals. That will be no easy task, with Toulouse having won all four of their games in the competition up to this point.
Connacht have won two of their contest thus far, but actually sit in third place in the group. Despite Gloucester winning only one match, their tally of five bonus points leaves them ahead of the Irish province in the standings.
Connacht travel to Montpellier in their final pool game, where another victory will be required.
With the Six Nations only a matter of weeks away these two games will act as a final chance to impress Ireland coach Andy Farrell. Jack Carty will have his eye on a place in the squad after injuries to Jonathan Sexton and Joey Carbery, while Bundee Aki will be hoping to hold off the competition to retain his place in the starting XV.