Pro 14 opening weekend: What time and where to watch the games?

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Kenneth Fox
The new Pro 14 season kicks off this evening with a packed schedule tonight as three games are on the cards. Two Irish teams will be in action this evening.

The first game this evening is between Zebre and Cardiff Blues at Parma's Lanfranchi Stadium in Italy. The game is already underway after kicking off at 6pm and is available to watch on Premier Sports 2.

What time does Leinster vs Dragons kick off?

Current champions Leinster will kick off their Pro 14 campaign tonight against Dragons at the RDS Arena at 8.15pm.

Where can you watch the match?

The game will be broadcast live on TG4 from 8pm and will also be on Eir Sport 1 from 7.30pm.

Another Irish province gets their campaign underway this evening as Ulster take on Benetton at the Kingspan Stadium in Belfast.

The match also kicks off at 8.15pm and will be broadcast on Eir Sport 2 starting at 8.10pm. TG4 will be showing highlights of the game at 10.25pm.

What time does Scarlets vs Munster kick off?

The first Pro14 game on Saturday will see Munster travel to Llanelli to take on Scarlets. The game kicks off from Parc y Scarlets at 3pm.

Where can you watch the match?

The game will be broadcast on Eir Sport 1 and TG4, with coverage starting on Eir at 2.30pm and on TG4 from 2.50pm.

Connacht will also get their campaign underway this Saturday when they face Glasgow Warriors at the Sportsground at 5.15pm. The game will be shown on both Eir Sport 1 and TG4.

The final game of the weekend sees last season's semi-finalists Edinburgh take on Ospreys at Murrayfield at 7.35pm

Overall, It promises to be an intriguing opening round for those looking to push their chances.

The likes of Richie Gray at Glasgow Warriors, Rhys Webb at Ospreys and Jamie Roberts at Dragons are all relishing home comforts and they will hope to help their new clubs make a good start at the weekend.

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