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Where To Watch Munster Vs Ospreys? TV Details For The Pro14 Fixture

Where To Watch Munster Vs Ospreys? TV Details For The Pro14 Fixture

Munster face Ospreys in the third round of the new Pro14 season on Friday night, so if you want to catch it, read on for details on where to watch Munster vs Ospreys.

Where to watch Munster vs Ospreys? 

As always, the game is live on eir Sport 1 and TG4 on Friday night. Coverage begins at 7pm and 7.20pm respectively, with kick off slated for 7.35pm.

What is the Munster team? 

Joey Carbery and Tadhg Beirne make their first starts for Munster as the province bid to make amends for last week's defeat to Glasgow Warriors.

Chris Cloete returns to play for Munster for the first time since February, while Peter O'Mahony and Andrew Conway make their first starts of the season.

Conor Murray remains sidelined.

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Here is the team in full.

Mike Haley; Andrew Conway, Sammy Arnold, Dan Goggin, Darren Sweetnam; Joey Carbery, Duncan Williams; James Cronin, Rhys Marshall, Stephen Archer; Tadhg Beirne, Darren O’Shea; Peter O’Mahony (C), Chris Cloete, Arno Botha.

Replacements: Mike Sherry, Dave Kilcoyne, John Ryan, Jean Kleyn, Tommy O’Donnell, James Hart, Ian Keatley, Jaco Taute.

Ospreys have named their side, too. Here it is in full.

 James Hook, Tom Williams, Joe Thomas, Cory Allen, Luke Morgan, Sam Davies, Tom Habberfield, Rhodri Jones, Scott Baldwin, Tom Botha, Giorgi Nemsadze, Adam Beard, Olly Cracknell, Sam Cross, Morgan Morris.

Are both sides in form?

After a facile 38-0 win over the Cheetahs at Thomond on week one, Munster struggled last weekend, sinking to a 25-10 defeat away to Glasgow Warriors.

Ospreys, meanwhile, are two for two - winning at home to Edinburgh and the Cheetahs thus far.

As an aside: this game will be the first played on the new 3G surface at Irish Independent Park, the artist formerly known as Musgrave Park.

A reminder, then, on where to watch Munster vs Ospreys on Friday night: eir Sport 1 and TG4, with the game kicking off at 7.35pm.

See Also: 11 English Commentators' Mispronunciations Of Irish Names That Drive Us Demented

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

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