Guinness PRO14 Leinster Rugby vs Scarlets

Guinness PRO14 Leinster Rugby vs Scarlets

RDS, Friday 25th January 2019

The visit of Wayne Pivac's Scarlets side is set to be one of the highlights of the season's schedule. This match will also provide a fascinating insight into the health of both the Irish and the Welsh national squads as they enter the upcoming Six Nations Championship.

Amazingly, Leinster and Scarlets squared off four times last season, meeting in the semi-final of the European Champions Cup and the final of the Guinness PRO14. Leinster ran out winners in both competitions, and registered three wins and a draw against their Welsh rivals, but the results only tell part of the story. Having won the the Guinness PRO12 title the season before, and having wowed Europe with a scintillating brand of attacking rugby, the Scarlets ran Leinster close in all but one of their encounters, and all the games proved to be exhilarating affairs.

This has the potential to be a riveting clash between the two of Europe's best clubs, and it might even be a preview for the competition's final. This is one you really won't want to miss.

Friday 25th January 2019
€10 - €70
RDS Main Arena, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, Ireland

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