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Where To Watch Ulster Vs Bath? TV Details For Champions Cup Clash

Where To Watch Ulster Vs Bath? TV Details For Champions Cup Clash
By Aonghus Ó Maicín
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Ulster welcome Bath to Belfast this afternoon, knowing a win will earn them a spot in the last-eight of the Champions Cup. It could also deliver them to top spot in the pool should Clermont slip up against Harlequins. Want to know where to watch Ulster vs Bath? Here are all the TV details ahead of another riveting afternoon of European action at the Kingspan stadium.

Where to watch Ulster vs Bath?

The game will kick off at 3.15pm and will be broadcast live on BT Sport 2. Coverage gets underway at 3.00pm.

Ulster team news?

Dan McFarland has a healthy deck to choose from, with 21-year-old Tom O'Toole being a noteworthy inclusion in place of the injured Marty Moore.  Will Addison also returns to the team after what had initially looked like a worrying calf injury last weekend against Clermont.

Here's the team in full:

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Ulster Team:  Will Addison, Robert Baloucoune, Luke Marshall, Stuart McCloskey, Jacob Stockdale, Billy Burns, John Cooney; Jack McGrath, Rob Herring, Tom O'Toole, Alan O'Connor, Iain Henderson, Sean Reidy, Jordi Murphy, Marcell Coetzee.

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Replacements: Adam McBurney, Eric O'Sullivan, Ross Kane, Kieran Treadwell, Nick Timoney, David Shanahan, Bill Johnston, Craig Gilroy.

Bath team news?

Bath Team: Tom Homer, Gabe Hamer-Webb, Jackson Willison, Max Wright, Ruaridh McConnochie, Freddie Burns, Ollie Fox; Beno Obano, Jack Walker, Will Stuart, Matt Garvey, Charlie Ewels, Tom Ellis, Sam Underhill, Josh Bayliss.

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Replacements: Ross Batty, Lucas Noguera, Sam Nixon, Josh McNally, Mike Williams, Chris cook, Rhys Priestland, Tom de Glanville.

What's on the line?

Ulster are sitting second in the pool, three points behind Clermont who have already qualified, and are guaranteed a quarter-final berth if they win.

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Meanwhile, Bath have endured a torrid time in Europe this season, losing all five of their games thus far.

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