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Guinness PRO12 semi-final: Munster v Ospreys
Munster to win by 1-13 points 13/10
The Ospreys have already tasted success in Thomond Park after a 19-14 win over a second-string side earlier this year. The Welsh side are coming on the back of six successive victories and a win in Limerick would be the first time they have won four on the bounce on the road.
Munster’s Eusebio Guinazu is tackled by Dan Baker of Ospreys
However Anthony Foley's side are coming into the match after a thumping win over the Dragons and are playing some of their best rugby this season. They should have taken the points at Ulster only for a late defensive lapse.
Ahead of Ulster's visit to Glasgow, no side has ever lost a home semi-final in the PRO12. We don't expect Munster to change that pattern tomorrow.
Airtricity Premier Division: Cork City v Shamrock Rovers
Second plays third at turners Cross tonight as both sides attempt to close the gap to pacesetters Dundalk.
Both sides come of the back of wins, City have taken the three points away to Limerick, while Pat Fenlon's side enjoyed a 3-2 success over Longford Town.
Kilmallock captain Graeme Mulcahy is determined to make it a winning trip to Croke Park
Clare failed last year to show the level of performance that delivered Liam McCarthy the year before, while Limerick went toe-to-toe with eventual champions Kilkenny at the penultimate stage before bowing out in the pouring rain at Croke Park.
Davy Fitzgerald is missing some key players and while they are the bookies favourites, Limerick may just have enough to show that the semi-final performance against the cats was no flash in the pan.
Ulster Senior Football Championship: Monaghan v Cavan
Monaghan half-time/full-time 11/8
Monaghan have won five, lost one and drawn one of their last seven Ulster championship games, the sole defeat coming against Donegal in last year’s final.
Cavan have won only one of their last five first round Ulster championship games.