Munster and Ulster to decide Champions Cup fate later today

Munster and Ulster to decide Champions Cup fate later today

Munster and Ulster are both one win away from a spot in the quarter-finals of the European Champions Cup.

Munster are first up at 1pm - they host Castres at Thomond Park with a one point lead at the top of Pool 4.

A win of any kind will be enough for the Reds thanks to their head-to-head record with closest challengers Racing 92.

Irish attention then shifts to the Ricoh Arena will Ulster have a tough assignment away to Wasps who also have an outside chance of reaching the last eight.

Kick off there is at 3.15pm.

More on both games throughout the afternoon right here.

- Digital Desk

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