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Red Army to top Warriors

THE dark clouds descended on Limerick on Sunday afternoon as Ulster became the second club to beat Munster at home in the Heineken Cup.

Coach Tony McGahan will have to refocus his players. They have now lost three of the last four in all competitions.

Perhaps the move south to Musgrave Park will play a part in wiping away the heartbreak. Munster have not lost there since May 2008, a run of success stretching out to 14 matches.

Like last year, the PRO12 League will have to be their consolation prize. They are hovering in third, two points behind the Ospreys and equal on points with tomorrow's guests.

Although Munster have won their last four against Glasgow, the Warriors were the ones to break Leinster's home record at the RDS at the start of the season. They will be dangerous.

Munster v Glasgow Warriors, Musgrave Park, Tomorrow (KO 7.15, Live RTé 2)

Verdict: Munster


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