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Where To Watch Leinster Vs Scarlets? TV Details For Pro14 Final

Where To Watch Leinster Vs Scarlets? TV Details For Pro14 Final

Scarlets look to defend their title this weekend as they face Leinster in the Guinness Pro14 final. Leinster are in search of a double having secured the Champions Cup earlier this year. The game is a rematch of last year's final which saw Scarlets win on a scoreline 27-15. Here are all the details on where to watch Leinster vs Scarlets as well as the relevant squad information.

What channel can you watch Leinster vs Scarlets on?

You can watch the game on TG4 or Sky Sports Action. Coverage of the game starts at 5:25 pm on tg4 while Sky Sports Action will get underway at 5:30 pm.

What time is kick-off?

The game kicks off at 6:00 pm on Saturday, 26th May. It was initially scheduled for 6:30 pm but moved back to allow for Liverpool's Champions League final against Real Madrid.

Where is the Leinster v Scarlets Final? 

The final is set for the Aviva Stadium, Dublin. This decision was taken at the start of the season to give Dublin the final for 2018.

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What are Leinster's injury concerns ahead of the Pro14 Final? 

Isa Nacewa picked up a calf injury against Racing which caused him discomfort and he was replaced at half-time against Munster. He is expected to return to training. Johnny Sexton is expected to return to training this week after missing the semi-final. Robbie Henshaw and Dave Kearney will be assessed this week. Sean O'Brien, Josh van der Flier and Fergus McFadden remain out of contention.

What are the odds for Leinster vs Scarlets? 

Leinster are firm favourites for the tie at 1/5. Scarlets are priced at around 7/2 while a draw is available at 25/1. The sides did meet in the Champions Cup semi-final earlier this year, which Leinster won 38-16.

So a reminder where to watch Leinster vs Scarlets - it is on Sky Sports Action and TG4, kicking off at 6.00pm.

Maurice Brosnan

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