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If Munster had a back line worth speaking about they would have ran in maybe 2 more tries against Ulster. Thats not to belittle Ulsters performance, which was outstanding, but Munter have no real moves in their back 5.
Leinster have a pack that is the equal of Munsters but they have players from 9 to 15 who can play some unbelivable offloading rugby. I think it will be close, but Leinster wil lwin it with the better more experienced bence.
McLoughlin to start at 6 for his line out expertise, Devin for the last 10-15 min to secure it.
McFadden on the wing to cover for LukeF's absence with Kearney the younger on the bench.
Rest of the team picks itself.
Posted 04:02 16th May 2012
Leinster can bolster their line out with Toner and McLaughlin starting and who is to say that won't happen so as to negate the Ulster advantage in this area of play, with Cullen coming on to add impetous in the final 20 mins. I've being harping on about Leinster's line out for some time, about how it has not being going well and all over the place, especially on long throws. I just hope for this match it has been addressed as there can be no excuses if it is this area that turns the match for Ulster
Posted 14:24 15th May 2012
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