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Where To Watch Leinster Vs Dragons? TV Details For The Pro14 Clash

Where To Watch Leinster Vs Dragons? TV Details For The Pro14 Clash

It's another game against Welsh opposition for Leinster in the Pro14 this weekend, although this time they are at home. If you aren't going to the RDS to support your beloved boys in blue, then worry not: here are the details on where to watch Leinster vs Dragons.

Where to watch Leinster vs Dragons? 

As you may have anticipated, the game is live on eir Sport 1. Coverage on Saturday evening begins at 4.45, with kick off slated for 5.15pm. It is also available live on free-to-air TV, on TG4. They begin their build-up five minutes before kick-off, at 5.10pm.

What's Leinster's status on the injury front? 

Jack McGrath won't be available for Leinster: he is off to start rehab on a knee injury, and will miss the next few weeks. Tom Daly is out, too. There are no injury concerns arising from last weekend's defeat to Scarlets, however. Leinster lost that game 23-21, in spite of the presence of front-line stars Jordan Larmour, Fergus McFadden, Robbie Henshaw, Cian Healy, Sean Cronin, Tadhg Furlong, and Devin Toner.

Are both sides in form? 

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Leinster's results have been pretty good: a bonus point win away to Cardiff preceded the narrow loss to Scarlets, although they did escape with a losing bonus point. Bernard Jackman's Dragons, to give them their full title, have a similarish record. They lost their opening game to Treviso (21-17) but followed that up with a 27-22 win against the Southern Kings.

Leinster, however, are prohibitive favourites. They are rated at 1/80 on to win this game, with Dragons at 19/1. The spread is a gargantuan thirty points.

So a considerable Leinster win is in the offing. A reminder on where to watch Leinster vs Dragons, then: it is on eir Sport 1  and TG4, with kick off on Saturday at 5.15pm.

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Gavin Cooney
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Changed the spelling of his name upon pressure from Michael Owen.

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