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All You Need To Know | Munster v Edinburgh

28th November 2019 By The Editor

Rory Scannell with Viliame Mata in last seasons Champions Cup quarter-final.

Rory Scannell with Viliame Mata in last seasons Champions Cup quarter-final. Inpho

Munster return to Guinness PRO14 action on Friday night as Conference B rivals Edinburgh visit Irish Independent Park in a clash between two of the top three sides in the Conference.

Find out all you need to know ahead of #MUNvEDI below.

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Click here to buy match tickets.

Family Pack (2 adults and 2 juniors): €40 (North/South Terrace only);

North/South Terrace: €20 adult; €10 junior;

East Terrace: €25 adult; €10 junior;

West Stand: SOLD OUT

Tickets can also be purchased at the Munster Rugby ticket office from 9am-5pm on Monday to Friday. They will be available from the Munster Rugby ticket unit (Dolphin End) from 1pm on match day. This season, gate prices on matchday are increasing so there’s even more incentive for supporters to purchase tickets online.


Irish Independent Park


Friday, November 29, at 7.35pm

Did you know?

Munster and Edinburgh have faced off in two knock-out games over the past two years with Munster earning four-point victories on both occasions. The province won last season’s Champions Cup quarter-final between the sides 17-13 at Murrayfield and were 20-16 victors in the 2017/18 PRO14 quarter-final.

Team Line-Ups

Both sides will be named at noon on Thursday.


It’s a clash of two of the top three in Guinness PRO14 Conference B and Edinburgh will travel to Cork full of confidence having run Munster extremely close in last season’s Champions Cup quarter-final.

Having been in Challenge Cup action over the past two weekends, Edinburgh will be pleased with their form in Europe and their form is remarkably similar to Munster’s.

The Scottish side started the competition with a 31-10 victory away to Agen with the four-try bonus point secured late on, almost identical to the fashion in which Munster overcame Ospreys 28-12 at the Liberty Stadium.

Edinburgh, like Munster, drew their second game at home to a French club as Murrayfield was the venue for a 16-all draw with Bordeaux Begles.

Two old friends are set to cross paths on Friday night with Munster Forwards Coach Graham Rowntree and Edinburgh Head Coach Richard Cockerill former team-mates and coaching colleagues at Leicester Tigers.

Match Officials

Referee: Marius Mitrea

Assistant Referees: Seán Gallagher and Matteo Liperini

TMO: Stefano Pennè


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Two In A Row At Home – Tickets

Friday, November 29

GUINNESS PRO14: Munster v Edinburgh, Irish Independent Park, 7.35pm; Buy tickets here

Saturday, December 7

CHAMPIONS CUP: Munster v Saracens, Thomond Park, 5.30pm; Buy tickets here


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