“If this is a must win game for Munster I think they've already lost season” | Leinster v Ulster Preview on MNR | OffTheBallIreland legend Gordon D'Arcy and journalist Gerry Thornley joined OTB’s Joe Molloy this evening on Monday Night Rugby to look back on how the provinces are progressing and how they expect Leinster Vs Munster to pan out this weekend.
Off the back of a 31-17 win over Bulls on Saturday Munster are now “staring down the barrel of Leinster”, which will serve as a form of “recalibration” as to where they stand according to retired Ireland and Leinster star Gordon D'Arcy. “You can definitely see their attacking philosophy is growing in there and they are going for it” he continued, but also pointed out that while there were “some good individual performances” from the team that their opposition on that day were nothing short of “woeful. ” Gavin Coombs, Craig Casey and Peter O’Mahony stood out however among others, and they’ll certainly be aspiring to capture that performance this weekend when they take on Leinster in the Aviva stadium.
So you know, if this is a must win game for Munster I think they've already lost season. The balance between team development and the momentum a win would provide lying on a knife-edge, Thornley too is looking forward to “the best supported non test fixture in global rugby. ” With over 35, 000 tickets sold so far, it’s sure to be blockbuster, as is the team selection which will reveal a lot as to where the Munster players stand in the pecking order. “The number 9 is the most interesting selection of the week because it's beginning to look as if Craig Casey might now be Munster’s first choice” the Irish Times journalist says. “That would also mean it would have significant connotations for the November series, particularly if Jemison Gibson Park isn't fit for the opening game against South Africa.
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What TV channel and time is Munster v Ulster on today? Munster and Ulster clash in the United Rugby Championship this evening with the Northern province returning to action after a protracted layoff due to an outbreak of gastroenteritis within the squad. Despite having played a game less, Ulster remain sat in second place in the standings behind interprovincial rivals Leinster who lead the way on 28 points. Munster will be looking to avoid not just two interprovincial defeats in a row after last weekend's loss to Leinster, but also a fifth defeat in just seven games when they run out againt Ulster.
Iain Henderson will captain the side again from the second row, as his run of starts continues after missing much of the start of the season through injury. Your Ulster team to face Munster on New Year’s Day at Kingspan Stadium! 👊 Last remaining tickets 🎟️ https://t. co/7FMkuHOffk pic. com/hW6Tt2pBaL — Ulster Rugby (@UlsterRugby) December 30, 2022 Munster will be without several key players, as Peter O’Mahony, Joey Carbery and Tadhg Beirne have all been rested as all three started in the province’s last five games.
Here is all you need to know ahead of the game. When does the game take place? This game takes place on Saturday, October 29. Where is it taking place? The action takes place at Thomond Park. What time is kick-off? Kick-off for this one is at 5. 15pm. What TV channel is it on? This game will be shown live on RTE 2, where coverage starts at 4:45 pm. It will also be available to stream through the RTE Player.
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Stuart Lancaster’s men are themselves recovering from a 10-0 win versus Connacht at The Sportsground in Galway, but yet the team selection and build up engulfs The Red Army. “I think there's an awful lot of focus on this Munster team selection this week because if they go to not lose in the Aviva, they will get well stuffed” D'Arcy says. “But then if they keep playing, keep trying to develop this style that they're going with here they might not win. On the other side there a good performance in the Aviva could serve them for well for the for the rest of the season.
Ulster v Munster: TV details, team news and kick-off timeUlster will host Munster at Kingspan Stadium on New Year’s Day in the first of two inter-provincial derbies. Munster fought admirably but ultimately fell to defeat against Leinster in their St. Stephen’s Day encounter, a loss which has left Graham Rowntree’s side languishing in 11th place in the URC table. While Ulster weren’t convincing against Connacht, as they almost let a commanding 14-point lead slip with just a few minutes remaining, the northern province did win and remain in third place in the table as a result.
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