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    Posted: 23 March 2018 at 11:57am
Scarlets Munster
15. Tom Williams 15. JJ Hanrahan 
14. Tom Varndell 14. Calvin Nash 
13. Scott Williams (capt) 13. Sammy Arnold 
12. Paul Asquith 12. Rory Scannell 
11. Steff Evans 11. Alex Wootton 
10. Rhys Patchell 10. Ian Keatley 
9. Aled Davies 9. James Hart 
1. Dylan Evans 1. Dave Kilcoyne 
2. Ryan Elias 2. Rhys Marshall 
3. Samson Lee 3. John Ryan 
4. Tadhg Beirne 4. Jean Kleyn 
5. David Bulbring 5. Billy Holland (capt) 
6. Aaron Shingler 6. Jack O’Donoghue 
7. James Davies 7. Tommy O’Donnell 
8. Wil Boyde 8. Robin Copeland
Replacements    
16. Emyr Phillips 16. Niall Scannell 
17. Phil Price 17. James Cronin 
18. Werner Kruger 18. Stephen Archer 
19. Lewis Rawlins 19. Gerbrandt Grobler 
20. Josh MacLeod 20. Dave O’Callaghan 
21. Jonathan Evans 21. Jack Stafford 
22. Dan Jones 22. Stephen Fitzgerald 
23. Steff Hughes 23. Dan Goggin

Munster vs Scarlets - Saturday 24th February KO 17:30 - Live on Sky Sports Arena

Referee: Marius Mitrea (FIR)

Assistant Referees: Andrea Piardi, Manuel Bottino (Both FIR)

TMO: Matteo Liperini (FIR)


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That's a decent side. That side can win out in Thormond
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote NeylandAllBlack Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 23 March 2018 at 12:02pm
Originally posted by Zuma2 Zuma2 wrote:

That's a decent side. That side can win out in Thormond


Definitely. Especially with Munster resting their Internationals.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (1) Thanks(1)   Quote KID A Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 23 March 2018 at 12:10pm
I would have rested Beirne and Shingler. But the coaches know best.
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That. Is a stronger side than I was expecting. Thumbs Up

Regain momentum in PRO14, keep the pressure on Leinster, and sharpen up key players for the quarter-final. Go well, bois.


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This is going to be a nervous watch. We are still missing more front line players than they are, but still have pick a team capable of winnning out there. Buzzing for it!
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Ffidel Bennett Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 23 March 2018 at 12:48pm
Can't argue with that selection -a good balance of resting some overworked/battered internationals, while retaining plenty of experience. Result certainly not guaranteed but I will be disappointed if we lose with that side.
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Great side that. Would hope to come away with at least a losing fingers crossed a win.
Ospreys also fielding a strong side. Let's hope they can do us a favour.
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I didn t think in a so strong side for the match....win could be possible or find the right fit and game plan for the big match of next week...come on Scarlets!
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A very strong team against a Munster side missing their Internationals along with Zebo, Bleyenthaal, Williams, Farrell. Need to get 4 points here.
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Quite obviously Pivac wants that home SF. He very much wants to win the rest of the Pro14 games. Even if we beat Munster and Glasgow, it will not detract from how important the game in Edinburgh will be, unless we open up a double digit lead over them (and Ulster) by then with only them and the Dragons game to come. Fun times, eh boys.
Scarlets before Wales
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It’s a fine balance between keeping players fit for La Rochelle and getting them back into the Scarlets system ready for that game. These are the times of the season when the coaches really earn their money.
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Strong side picked by us. I fancy us to win. 
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Connacht 14-13 Edinburgh after 30'
Scarlets before Wales
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  Nothing in that Munster team for us to fear expecting a good Scarlets win tomorrow
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Connacht holding off Edinburgh..17-13
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