Munster's bonus point win over Edinburgh sees them climb to 6th on the Guinness PRO12 table and makes for another massive home contest in Thomond Park next Saturday at 3pm when Munster face Scarlets. You can be there to cheer on Munster in the race for Champions Cup qualification.
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Fans will be out in force to cheer on Munster in tomorrow's night's crucial Guinness PRO12 encounter with Edinburgh. In a great show of support as the Munster look to secure Champions Cup qualification, all 8,200 tickets for Irish Independent Park have now been sold.
Recently nominated for Munster Rugby Player of the Year and IRUPA Players' Player of the Year, take a look at some of the tries, carries and hits that have made CJ Stander one of the province's standout players in the Guinness PRO12 so far this season.
Munster tighthead Stephen Archer predicts a huge battle up-front when Edinburgh come to Irish Independent Park for Round 21 of the Guinness PRO12 on Friday - KO 7.35pm. With tickets selling fast, the Corkman is looking forward to a strong show of support in this make or break tie for both sides.
With tickets now sold out for Friday night's pivotal Guinness PRO12 encounter against Edinburgh in Cork, Munster captain CJ Stander says his side are in 'final mode' for what is, to all intents and purposes, a must win game in the race for Champions Cup qualification.
The current PRO12 standings emphasise the significance of this Friday's sell-out as Munster welcome Edinburgh to Irish Independent Park for a 7.35pm kick-off. With Edinburgh, Munster and Cardiff Blues in 6th, 7th and 8th respectively, all three sides are essentially playing for one Champions Cup spot.
In addressing media at this afternoon's press session, Munster Rugby CEO Garrett Fitzgerald confirmed that Rassie Erasmus will join Munster Rugby as Director of Rugby at the start of the 2016/17 season while Assistant Coach Ian Costello and Technical Advisor Mick O'Driscoll are to leave the province at the end of the current campaign.