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Leinster Rugby Munster live score (and video online live stream*) starts on 21 May 2022 at 18:15 UTC time at RDS stadium, Dublin city, Ireland in United Rugby Championship – Rugby Union.

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Event details:

NAME: Leinster Rugby – Munster

DATE: 21 May 2022

TIME: 18:15 UTC

VENUE: RDS, Dublin, Ireland

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Leinster welcome Munster for a big provincial derby clash in the United Rugby Championship this weekend. Here’s all you need to know about the game.

Where and when is it on?

Saturday’s match takes place at the Aviva Stadium with a 7.15pm kick-off.

What’s the team news?

Peter O’Mahony has been ruled out of Munster’s trip to Dublin, where they seek the victory required to guarantee a home quarter-final in the United Rugby Championship.

However, Andrew Conway is back in the team for the first time in months while Mike Haley has also been passed fit.

Jack O’Donoghue captains Munster, with four changes to the side that faced Toulouse in the Champions Cup quarter-final.

Thomas Ahern, Andrew Conway, Dan Goggin and John Ryan all come into the side and a positional switch sees Fineen Wycherley move to the back row.

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Leinster boss Leo Cullen will be pleased to welcome back Jordan Larmour and Ryan Baird from injury to start and boost his options ahead of next weekend’s Champions Cup final against La Rochelle.

All of the established European fit front-liners are rested as the returning Larmour slots in at full-back with Rob Russell on his right and Rory O’Loughlin on his left

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Johann van Graan won’t risk Peter O’Mahony if he’s not fully fit to face Leinster.

While guaranteed a play-off spot, the Reds could fall to sixth and out of the top seedings depending on results this weekend.

Two of their best backs, Damian de Allende and Simon Zebo, are definitely out for the Lansdowne Road clash with chest injuries.

“I’m not even going to put them in that position,” said van Graan. “They won’t recover in time.”

He is optimistic about Mike Haley’s chances, having come through his graduated return to play processes.

But Munster could do with a strong pack to set a foundation on Saturday and they have doubts over some key men.

O’Mahony performed heroics for the Reds in their Champions Cup quarter-final loss to Toulouse but came off with a ‘persistent stinger’.

Van Graan will be guided by the province’s medics before making a final decision on his skipper for the final regular round encounter at the Aviva Stadium.

“He’s taken a few knocks over the last few weeks,” said the Munster head coach. “We’ll take our time in the week and I’m only going to guys this week that are 100%.ss1