Pro 14 semi-finals: what you need to know

Pro 14 Semi-Finals: What You Need To Know Pro 14 Semi-Finals: What You Need To Know
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Kenneth Fox
Leinster face Munster tonight at the Aviva Stadium while Ulster take on Edinburgh on Saturday at BT Murryfield.

Two weeks after squaring off in a Round 14 clash, fearsome rivals Leinster and Munster will face off again, with the winner heading to the Pro 14 final.

Leinster have made 12 changes to their starting line up from their 28-10 victory over Ulster last week.

Johnny Sexton returns to the side as captain, while the centre pairing of Garry Ringorose and Robbie Henshaw also return.

Elsewhere the likes of James Lowe, Luke McGrath, Cian Healy and Scott Fardy all return to the team.

Munster meanwhile have only made three changes to their starting lineup from last week's win against Connacht.

Billy Holland returns to the squad as the five while Tadhg Beirne moves over to four.


The only other changes is Jack O'Donoghue who replaces Chris Cloete at 7.

Leinster v Munster is being broadcast on eir Sport, with coverage starting at 7pm. They also announced that people can watch the game on Eir's Facebook page with kick off 7:35pm. Deferred coverage is also available on TG4 from 9.45pm

The other semi-final sees Edinburgh take on Ulster at BT Murrayfield on Saturday night.

Ulster have made three changes to their side from last week as Billy Burns, Louis Ludik and Alan O'Connor return to the squad for the semi-final.

The game is also being broadcast on eir Sport, with coverage starting at 6.45pm. Deferred coverage on TG4 starts at 9.35pm.

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