Pro 14 return: What time are the matches on and where to watch them?

sport
Pro 14 Return: What Time Are The Matches On And Where To Watch Them?
Share this article
Kenneth Fox
Friday night sees the resumption of the Pro 14 after a five-month hiatus due to the Covid-19 pandemic. It will be a weekend of derbies as the likes of Scarlets and Cardiff Blues, Edinburgh v Glasgow and of course Leinster V Munster will face off.

Friday

Benetton Rugby v Zebre

Round 14 kicks off tomorrow night on Friday, August 21st as Benetton Rugby take on Zebre at the Stadio Monigo, Treviso at 19:00 (20:00 ITA).

The game will be broadcast on Eir Sport 1 in Ireland, Premier Sports in the UK and is also available through DAZN.

Saturday

Scarlets vs Cardiff Blues

There will be a triple header of games on Saturday which kicks off with an all Welsh clash, as Scarlets take on Cardiff Blues at Parc y Scarlets, Llanelli. Kick off is at 3pm and the game will be broadcast on Eir Sport in Ireland, Premier Sports in the UK and is also available through DAZN.

Edinburgh v Glasgow Warriors

Advertisement

Next up on Saturday is the all Scottish clash between Edinburgh and Glasgow Warriors. The game will take place at BT Murrayfield in Edinburgh, with kick off at 17:15pm and the game being broadcast on Eir Sport in Ireland, Premier Sports in the UK and is also available through DAZN.

Leinster vs Munster

Of course the biggest game of the weekend will see fierce provincial rivals Leinster and Munster square off at the Aviva Stadium. Kick off is at 19:35pm and Irish viewers can watch the match on Eir Sports 1, while those in the UK can watch on Premier Sports and DAZN online.

Sunday

Ospreys v Dragons

Round 14 wraps up on Sunday, August 23rd with an an Welsh clash and another inter-pro derby. First up is Ospreys vs Dragons at the Liberty Stadium in Swansea. Kick off time is 14:15pm and the game will be broadcast on Eir Sport in Ireland, Premier Sports in the UK and is also available through DAZN.

Connacht v Ulster

To finish of the weekend, Connacht and Ulster will be travel up to Dublin to square off at the Aviva Stadium. Kick off is at 16:30 pm and the game will be live on TG4 and Eir Sport 1 in Ireland and Premier Sports in the UK and the DAZN elsewhere.

There will be one further round of fixtures the following weekend before the semi-finals on September 4th, 5th and 6th and the final on Saturday September 12th.

Read More

Want us to email you top stories each lunch time?

Download our Apps
© BreakingNews.ie 2021, developed by Square1 and powered by PublisherPlus.com