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Henderson Ulster boost

What was two points lost in the fire of Kingspan for Munster was two found in the ashes for Ulster.

"The last two minutes of the game, to come away with a draw, we would be happy with," said Tommy Bowe.

"We're very proud of our record at The Kingspan Stadium this year," as they travel to Scotstoun tomorrow (KO 3.0, Sky Sports 1).

"We haven't given ourselves the best opportunity to get that home semi-final which is what we all want. We can only do the best we can to set ourselves up the best way possible."

The clearing of Iain Henderson on Wednesday from his red card is "enormous" for the Ulstermen.

"We're delighted for us as a team, but also for Hendy. He is not a malicious player. But, he certainly gets stuck in. He's been playing out of his skin the last couple of weeks.

"Knowing that we will have him for these last few weeks is gong to be huge for us."