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Pro14 | Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium
17:35 (GMT) | 23-09-2017
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The ball sent into touch after the reset. Line-out to the Kings as the hooter goes. The ball is kicked into touch and the referee ends the game. FULL TIME
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Bordoli secures the extras
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They receive another penalty and take it quickly but lose out. Zebre rush forward to the 22 of the hosts. The ball is passed around and an exhausted Kings outfit is outplayed as Sarto puts the final nail in the coffin
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The kings win a penalty and send the ball into touch at the 5 of the away team
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Scrum to Zebre inside their 10
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Line-out taken and they move inside the 10 but give away possession. The ball is lost forward in contact
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The Kings progress forward to 10 of the visitors before they win a line-out
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Ball lost forward by Zebre. Scrum to the Kings at their 22
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Line-out taken they attempt to find a way through the center of the Kings defence
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Zebre win a penalty and kick into touch at the 22 of the hosts
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They make it to the 22 but lose it and the ball is cleared. The visitors come again now at the half way
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Zebre turnover and they look to break into the home team half
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The Kings are pushed back after the reset, now at the half way
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Canna adds the extras
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Scrum to the visitors at the 5. The ball is moved to the wing after the scrum and Bisegni slips through to extend the lead. TRY
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Zebre push forward and ground the ball. The referee sounds his whistle and refers to the TMO. The call is no try
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The visitors have it at the 22 now. The Kings defence finding their feet in the later minutes of the second half
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Zebre take their throw and make some ground with a maul
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Penalty to the away side and they kick into touch at the half way
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Scrum reset
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Scrum to Zebre inside their 22
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The Kings clear after the reset and Zebre have it at their 22
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De Wet adds the extras
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They move the ball along the 5 and Pupuma finds a way through with his strength. TRY
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The Kings win a penalty at the 5 of the visitors. Scrum to the hosts
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Line-out taken and then lost by the hosts
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The Kings win a penalty after the reset kick. The ball is sent into touch at the 5 of the away team
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De Wet adds the extras
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Masimla gets it after a desperate kick forward and he shows his pace as he outruns his man to make it over the line and score the Kings' first TRY
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The Kings give away a penalty after the reset. The ball is kicked into touch at the 10 of the home team
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Canna puts it between the sticks
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They take their throw and move the ball to the opposite side of the pitch with good form. The ball is sent to Boni who slides over the line to score the TRY
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Penalty to Zebre at their 10. The ball is kicked into touch inside the Kings' half
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Kings find a gap and rush forward along the wing. Ntsila runs it to the 22 of the away team but he is caught and the ball lost forward. Scrum to Zebre
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The ball moving back and forth between the two teams now
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Scrum reset
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Scrum to Zebre at the half way. They take the ball forward and make it look easy. The ball is tackled into touch at the 5 of the hosts. The referee says scrum to the Kings at their 5
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The second half is underway

Half Time

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The ball lost forward by the attackers and the referee bows for HALF TIME
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Scrum to Zebre outside the 5
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The referee blows for a penalty to Zebre after the Kings scrum. Scrum to the away team this time at the 5 of the Kings. The Kings intercept but it's knocked on
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The ball knocked on by the visitors and the Kings have a scrum inside their 22
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Scrum to the away team at the 22 of the hosts
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The ball lost forward in contact while in Zebre's possession
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Zebre just edge inside the 22 now
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The hosts offer it right back to the visitors and then proceed to defend at their 22
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Line-out taken but the ball is lost shortly after and Zebre run it to the half way before gifting it back to the Kings
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Kings have a penalty and they kick into touch at the 22 of the away team
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Kings take their scrum and clear after Zebre apply some pressure
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Zebre showing high intensity as they move forward again after a clearance. They lose it forward and the Kings have a scrum at the half way.
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Zebre again on the attack after the reset. They have it at the 10 of the hosts now
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Canna lines up a kick at goal and extends the lead
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The Kings give away a penalty after the line-out
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Line-out inside the Kings 10
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The referee blows for a penalty to the visitors and the ball is kicked into touch
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Zebre turnover and search for options inside their own half
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Zebre clear after the reset and the Kings have it at the away team 10
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Canna secures the extras
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Zebre takes the ball to the 5 and they stretch the Kings out wide before giving it to Giammarioli. He goes over the line to score the TRY
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Zebre take the scrum this time around and win a penalty. The ball is kicked into the dead ball zone so a 22 meter reset for the Kings
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The ball lost forward by the hosts and Zebre have another scrum around the mid field
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The Kings win a penalty from the scrum again. The ball is kicked but not into touch and Zebre move forward. They lose it and the Kings look to make some ground from the half way
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Scrum to Zebre
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The ball lost forward by the Kings at the half way
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The Kings take the scrum and the ball is kicked into touch at the half way
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Scrum to the Kings outside their 22
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The visitors kick into touch. They lose it forward after the throw
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The Kings give away a penalty at their 10
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Penalty to the Kings at the 22 of the visitors. De Wet takes his kick and puts on 3 points
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Scrum reset
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Scrum to the hosts at the 22 of the away team
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Canna misses the conversion
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Zebre turnover in their defence and break forward. Bellini gets it in a good position and reaches over the line to score another TRY
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Canna adds the extras
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Zebre make it over the line after their maul collapses. The referee says held up and the away team have a 5 meter scrum. He refers to the TMO and changes his decision. TRY to Castello
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The Kings manage to clear but the away team come again
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Zebre applying the pressure early in the opening minutes as they pressure the Kings at the home team's 5
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The referee sounds his whistle and the game is underway
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The players entering the field of play now
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Zebre's most recent away victory in the Championship was on a visit to Edinburgh last October.
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Zebre has lost their last six Pro14 matches since they beat Dragons in Parma in April
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The Kings have not beaten a team in Port Elizabeth from outside of South Africa since Melbourne Rebels were the visitors in Super Rugby in April.
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Southern Kings have slipped to three straight defeats in the Guinness PRO12, scoring ten points on each occasion
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Welcome to Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, where the Kings will host Zebre
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  • 15 Masixole Banda
  • 14 Yaw Penxe
  • 13 Berton Klaasen
  • 12 Luzuko Vulindlu
  • 11 Anthonie Volmink
  • 10 Martin Du Toit
  • 9 Rowan Gouws
  • 8 Ruaan Lerm
  • 7 Martinus Burger
  • 6 Anidisa Ntsila
  • 5 Bobby de Wee
  • 4 Stephan Greeff
  • 3 Pieter Scholtz
  • 2 Michael Willemse
  • 1 Schalk Ferreira
  • 23 Harlon Klaasen
  • 22 Benhard Janse van Rensburg
  • 21 Godlen Masimla
  • 20 Eital Bredenkamp
  • 19 Jurie van Vuuren
  • 18 Dayan van der Westhuizen
  • 17 Johan Smith
  • 16 Stephan Coetzee
  • 15 Matteo Minozzi
  • 14 Giulio Bisegni
  • 13 Tommaso Boni
  • 12 Tommaso Castello
  • 11 Mattia Bellini
  • 10 Carlo Canna
  • 9 Marcello Violi
  • 8 Derick Minnie
  • 7 Johan Meyer
  • 6 Giovanni Licata
  • 5 Valerio Bernabo
  • 4 Leonard Krumow
  • 3 Eduardo Bello
  • 2 Oliviero Fabiani
  • 1 Sami Panico
  • 23 Ciaran Gaffney
  • 22 Serafin Bordoli
  • 21 Guglielmo Palazzani
  • 20 Renato Giammarioli
  • 19 Jacopo Sarto
  • 18 Dario Chistolini
  • 17 Andrea Lovotti
  • 16 Luhandre Luus
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Preview: Pro14, Round Four

Thu, 21 Sep 2017 14:53

THE UNBEATEN QUARTET: Four teams remain unbeaten as the Pro14 season begins to take shape after three rounds of championship action.

Two of those sides, Glasgow Warriors and Munster meet on Friday while, Leinster and Ulster will try to maintain their unblemished records against the Cheetahs and Dragons, respectively.

Three sides claimed their first victories of the Pro14 season with Benetton Treviso coming from behind to win away to Edinburgh, while the Cheetahs won their first-ever Championship match coming out on the right side of the 13-try thriller against Zebre in Bloemfontein.

The Dragons also saw off Connacht for their first win under coach Bernard Jackman.

Scarlets suffered their first defeat as defending champions away to Ulster in Round Three, but they have the opportunity to return to winning ways when Richard Cockerill takes his Edinburgh team to Parc Y Scarlets. Both teams have won two games each and have caught the eye in attack, but Scarlets have not been beaten in Llanelli since Round One of last season.

Ulster will continue to push Leinster in Conference B aiming for four wins out of four when they welcome Dragons to Kingspan Stadium while the other game hosted in Ireland sees Cardiff Blues travel to the Sportsground aiming to pick up their first win of the season as they face Connacht.

In Treviso, Benetton will want to pick up back to back wins but they will face a serious test as Ospreys come to town eager to ensure they do not repeat last year's slip-up at the Stadio Monigo.

Leinster and Zebre Club will complete their tours of South Africa in Round Four. The Irish province earned a bonus-point victory over the Southern Kings in Port Elizabeth on Saturday and take on the Cheetahs fresh from their win over Zebre.

Meanwhile, the Italian side will attempt to rebound at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium when they take on the Southern Kings with both sides looking for their first win in the Pro14.

Pick of the Round Glasgow Warriors v Munster

These two former champions are leading the way have won three from three In Conference A and the result of this early-season fixture will have an influence come the final rounds of the campaign. Warriors have made an impressive start to the season beating Connacht and Ospreys, both former title winners, while they edged a close affair in Cardiff against the Blues last weekend.

Munster enter into this game after wins against Benetton, Cheetahs and Ospreys and a confident Warriors team will no doubt present their toughest challenge yet, however, the visitors arrive having won on their last two visits to Scotstoun.

Opta Top Performers - Round Three
* Tackles made: Twenty-three - Jack Dixon (Dragons)
* Carries: Twenty-seven - Bundee Aki (Connacht)
* Defenders beaten: Seven -  Rhun Williams (Cardiff Blues)
* Offloads: Four - Steff Evans (Scarlets) / Rey Lee-Lo (Cardiff Blues)
* Breaks: Four - Jacob Stockdale (Ulster)
* Metres made: Hundred-and-thirty-five - 135 Louis Ludik (Munster)
* Turnovers won: Four - Tadhg Beirne (Scarlets)
* line-out steals: Two - George Biagi (Zebre)


CONFERENCE A: Cardiff Blues, Cheetahs, Connacht, Glasgow Warriors, Munster, Ospreys, Zebre.
CONFERENCE B: Benetton, Dragons, Edinburgh, Southern Kings, Leinster, Scarlets, Ulster.

We look at all the Round Four matches!

Friday, September 22

(Free State Stadium, Bloemfontein - Kick-off: 20.00; 19.00 UK time; 18.00 GMT)

Cheetahs grabbed a maiden Pro14 victory in a 93 point, 13 try thriller against Zebre in Bloemfontein last weekend.

Cheetahs victory last weekend ended a five-game losing run at Stadium, all in Super matches.

Leinster have made a perfect start to the 2017/18 campaign with three maximum point victories - this is already their best ever beginning to a Pro14 season since the league went home and away in 2003/04.

Ospreys are the only other team to start a Pro14 season with maximum points after three rounds, doing so last year.

Leinster have lost only one regular season encounter in the Championship since St Stephen's day last year: 13-17 in Ulster in round 22.

The two sides have never met before.


Cheetahs: 15 Sergeal Petersen, 14 Rosco Specman, 13 Francois Venter (captain), 12 William Small-Smith, 11 Makazole Mapimpi, 10 Ernst Stapelberg, 9 Tian Meyer, 8 Teboho Mohoje, 7 Henco Venter, 6 Paul Schoeman, 5 Reniel Hugo, 4 Justin Basson, 3 Tom Botha, 2 Torsten van Jaarsveld, 1 Charles Marais.
Replacements: 16 Jacques du Toit, 17 Retshegofaditswe Nche, 18 Johan Coetzee, 19 Rynier Bernardo, 20 Junior Pokomela, 21 Shaun Venter, 22 Nico Lee, 23 Luther Obi.

Leinster: 15 Joey Carbery, 14 Dave Kearney, 13 Noel Reid, 12 Isa Nacewa (captain), 11 Barry Daly, 10 Ross Byrne, 9 Jamison Gibson-Park, 8 Jack Conan, 7 Josh van der Flier, 6 Jordi Murphy, 5 Mick Kearney, 4 Ross Molony, 3 Michael Bent, 2 James Tracy, 1 Cian Healy.
Replacements: 16 Seán Cronin, 17 Peter Dooley, 18 Andrew Porter, 19 Rhys Ruddock, 20 Max Deegan, 21 Nick McCarthy, 22 Cathal Marsh, 23 Rory O'Loughlin.

Referee: Mike Adamson (Scotland)
Assistant referees: Ben Whitehouse (Wales), Stuart Berry (South Africa)
TMO: Shaun Veldsman (South Africa)

(Stadio Monigo, Treviso - Kick-off: 20.35; 18.35 GMT)

Benetton won in Edinburgh on Friday and have now won 50 percent of their last eight Pro14, however, they have not won back-to-back encounters since beating Blues and Dragons in February 2016.

Ospreys have recorded just one victory in their last five Pro14 fixtures: 22-13 at home to Zebre in Round One this season.

Ospreys have not won away from home in the Championship since a visit to Edinburgh in early March.

Benetton won the most recent encounter between the two sides 13-5 at Stadio Monigo in Round 18 last season, whilst Ospreys overall record at the venue in the Championship is won five lost two, with the Italians gaining a losing bonus point in three of those fixtures.


Benetton Treviso: 15 Jayden Hayward, 14 Angelo Esposito, 13 Tommaso Benvenuti, 12 Alberto Sgarbi, 11 Luca Sperandio, 10 Ian McKinley, 9 Edoardo Gori, 8 Dean Budd (captain), 7 Abraham Steyn, 6 Francesco Minto, 5 Marco Fuser, 4 Federico Ruzza, 3 Simone Ferrari, 2 Luca Bigi, 1 Alberto De Marchi.
Replacements: 16 Federico Zani, 17 Cherif Traore, 18 Tiziano Pasquali, 19 Robert Barbieri, 20 Marco Barbini, 21 Tito Tebaldi, 22 Martin Banks, 23 Ignacio Brex.

Ospreys: 15 Dan Evans, 14 Keelan Giles, 13 Ben John, 12 James Hook, 11 Jeff Hassler, 10 Dan Biggar, 9 Rhys Webb, 8 Dan Baker, 7 Justin Tipuric (captain), 6 Olly Cracknell, 5 Adam Beard, 4 Bradley Davies, 4 Bradley Davies, 3 Ma'afu Fia, 2 Scott Baldwin, 1 Nicky Smith.
Replacements: 16 Scott Otten, 17 Gareth Thomas, 18 Rhodri Jones, 19 Alun Wyn Jones, 20 James King, 21 Tom Habberfield, 22 Sam Davies, 23 Kieron Fonotia.

Referee: George Clancy (Ireland)
Assistant referees: Joy Neville (Ireland), Claudio Blessano (Italy)
TMO: Kevin Beggs (Ireland)

(Scotstoun Stadium, Glasgow - Kick-off: 19.35; 18.35 GMT)

Something will have to give in this encounter as Glasgow Warriors and Munster are the only two sides left in Conference A with a 100 percent winning record after three rounds of the Pro14.

Warriors only defeat in their last five matches at Scotstoun was to Edinburgh in round 22 last season.

Munster's only defeat in their last seven Pro14 matches was to Scarlets in last season's final in Dublin.

The Munstermen have not lost away from home in any competition since they visited Leicester in the European Champions Cup in December.

The two sides met on four occasions last season in all competitions with Munster taking the spoils on each occasion, although in each of the last three Glasgow secured a losing bonus point.

Munster have won on their last two visits to Scotstoun.


Glasgow Warriors: 15 Ruaridh Jackson, 14 Lee Jones, 13 Nick Grigg, 12 Peter Horne, 11 Rory Hughes, 10 Finn Russell, 9 Ali Price, 8 Adam Ashe, 7 Callum Gibbins, 6 Ryan Wilson (captain), 5 Scott Cummings, 4 Tim Swinson, 3 Zander Fagerson, 2 George Turner, 1 Jamie Bhatti.
Replacements: 16 Pat MacArthur, 17 Alex Allan, 18 D'arcy Rae, 19 Brian Alainu'uese, 20 Rob Harley, 21 Henry Pyrgos, 22 Sam Johnson, 23 Leonardo Sarto.

Munster: 15 Andrew Conway, 14 Darren Sweetnam, 13 Chris Farrell, 12 Rory Scannell, 11 Alex Wootton, 10 Tyler Bleyendaal (captain), 9 Duncan Williams, 8 Liam O'Connor, 7 Rhys Marshall, 6 Stephen Archer, 5 Jean Kleyn, 4 Billy Holland, 3 Sean O'Connor, 2 Tommy O'Donnell, 1 Jack O'Donoghue.
Replacements: 16 Niall Scannell, 17 Dave Kilcoyne, 18 John Ryan, 19 Fineen Wycherley, 20 Robin Copeland, 21 James Hart, 22 Jaco Taute, 23 Simon Zebo.

Referee: Nigel Owens (Wales)
Assistant referees: Keith Allen, Lloyd Linton (both Scotland)
TMO: Neil Paterson (Scotland)

(Kingspan Stadium, Belfast - Kick-off: 19.35; 18.35 GMT)

Ulster is one of only four sides in the Pro14 who have begun the season with three straight victories.

The Ulstermen have not lost in the Championship since a visit to Ospreys in late April.

Ulster is unbeaten in their last nine Pro14 fixtures played in Belfast - a sequence that includes a 24-all draw with Cardiff Blues in Round 19 last season.

Dragons were the only Welsh region to emerge victorious during round 3 when they beat Connacht 21-8 in Newport to end a 14-match losing streak in all competitions.

Dragons have not won away from home since a visit to Gloucester in the quarterfinal of the European Challenge Cup in April 2016, whilst their most recent triumph on the road in the Pro14 was in Treviso in March 2015.

Ulster has won their last four fixtures against Dragons since the Welsh regions' 26-22 victory at Rodney Parade in March 2015.

Dragons have not beaten Ulster in Belfast since September 2008.


Ulster: 15 Charles Piutau, 14 Tommy Bowe, 13 Dave Cave, 12 Stuart McCloskey, 11 Jacob Stockdale, 10 Peter Nelson, 9 Paul Marshall, 8 Nick Timoney, 7 Chris Henry (captain), 6 Clive Ross, 5 Alan O'Connor, 4 Robbie Diack, 3 Rodney Ah You, 2 Rob Herring, 1 Kyle McCall.
Replacements: 16 John Andrew, 17 Andrew Warwick, 18 Wiehahn Herbst, 19 Iain Henderson, 20 Matthew Rea, 21 D Shanahan, 22 Brett Herron, 23 Rob Lyttle.

Newport Gwent Dragons: 15 Carl Meyer, 14 Adam Hughes, 13 Thretton Palamo, 12 Pat Howard, 11 George Gasson, 10 Dorian Jones, 9 Owain Leonard, 1 Tom Davies, 2 Gerard Ellis, 3 Lloyd Fairbrother, 4 Matthew Screech, 5 Rynard Landman, 6 Max Williams, 7 Ollie Griffiths (captain), 8 Robson Blake.
Replacements: 16 Rhys Buckley, 17 Phil Price, 18 Brok Harris, 19 Joseph Davies, 20 Lennon Greggains, 21 Dane Blacker, 22 Angus O'Brien, 23 Will Talbot-Davies.

Referee: Dan Jones (Wales)
Assistant referees: Ian Davies, Adam Jones (both Wales)
TMO: John Mason (Wales)

Saturday, September 23

(Sportsground, Galway - Kick-off: 15.15; 14.15 GMT)

Connacht's only victory in the last six rounds of the Pro14 was 32-10 at home to Southern Kings on 9 September.

Cardiff Blues are one of only three sides in the Pro14 to have lost their first three matches.

Blues have not won outside of Wales in the Pro14 since a single point victory over Edinburgh at Myreside in February.

Connacht achieved a season's double over the Blues for the first time last year, and have now won three of their last four encounters against the Welsh region.

Cardiff Blues have not been victorious at the Sportsground since May 2014.


Connacht: TBC

Cardiff Blues: TBC

Referee: Marius Mitrea (Italy)
Assistant referees: Andrea Piardi (Italy), Nigel Correll (Ireland)
TMO: Stefano Roscini (Italy)

(Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, Port Elizabeth - Kick-off: 19.30; 18.30 GMT)

Southern Kings have slipped to three straight defeats in the Guinness PRO12, scoring ten points on each occasion.

The Kings have not beaten a team in Port Elizabeth from outside of South Africa since Melbourne Rebels were the visitors in Super Rugby in April.

Zebre has lost their last six Pro14 matches since they beat Dragons in Parma in April.

Zebre's most recent away victory in the Championship was on a visit to Edinburgh last October.

The two sides have never met before.


Southern Kings: 15 Masixole Banda, 14 Yaw Penxe, 13 Berton Klaasen, 12 Luzuko Vulindlu, 11 Sibusiso Sithole, 10 Pieter-Steyn de Wet,  9 Rudi van Rooyen, 8 Andisa Ntsila, 7 Victor Sekekete, 6 Khaya Majola, 5 Dries van Schalkwyk, 4 Stephen Greeff, 3 Luvuyo Pupuma, 2 Michael Willemse (captain), 1 Schalk Ferreira.
Replacements: 16 Stephan Coetzee, 17 Rossouw de Klerk, 18 Martin Dreyer, 19 Bobby de Wee, 20 Freddy Ngoza, 21 Godlen Masimla, 22 Oliver Zono, 23 Jacques Nel.

Zebre: 15 Matteo Minozzi, 14 Giulio Bisegni, 13 Tommaso Boni, 12 Tommaso Castello (captain), 11 Mattia Bellini, 10 Carlo Canna, 9 Marcello Violi, 8 Renato Giammarioli, 7 Giovanni Licata, 6 Johan Meyer, 5 George Biagi, 4 David Sisi, 3 Roberto Tenga, 2 Oliviero Fabiani, 1 Andrea Lovotti.
Replacements 16 Sami Panico, 17 Andrea De Marchi, 18 Dario Chistolini, 19 Jacopo Sarto, 20 Derick Minnie, 21 Guglielmo Palazzani, 22 Serafin Bordoli, 23 Ciaran Gaffney

Referee: Sean Gallagher (Ireland)
Assistant referees: Andrew Brace (Ireland) Quinton Immelman (South Africa)
TMO: Marius Jonker (South Africa)

(Parc y Scarlets, Llanelli - Kick-off: 19.35; 18.35 GMT)

Scarlets nine-game winning run in the Pro14 ended with their defeat to Ulster in Belfast last Friday.

The reigning champions have not lost successive encounters in the Championship since the start of last season.

The Welsh regions have lost only once at Parc y Scarlets in any competition since Munster beat them there in the Pro14 in Round One last year: 17-32 to Saracens in the Anglo-Welsh Cup in January.

Edinburgh's four-game winning run in the Pro14 came to a halt at home to Benetton Rugby in Round Three.

The Scotsmen have won their last two away games, against Warriors and Blues, but have not won three successive games on the road in the Pro14 since September 2009.

The Scotsmen have won their last three matches against Welsh regions and have not recorded four in a row against Welsh opponents since season 2009/10.

The last four meetings between the two sides have all been won by the home side on the day whilst Edinburgh's only victory in the last seven visits to Llanelli was 26-15 in March 2015.


Scarlets: TBC

Edinburgh: TBC

Referee: John Lacey (Ireland, 64th competition game)
Assistant referees: Jonny Erskine (Ireland), Gwyn Morris (Wales)
TMO: Brian MacNeice (Ireland)


Godlen Masimla (50min)
Tommaso Castello (3min), Mattia Bellini (5min), Renato Giammarioli (19min), Tommaso Boni (47min), Giulio Bisegni (66min), and Jacopo Sarto (78min)
Carlo Canna (4min), Carlo Canna (21min), Carlo Canna (48min), Carlo Canna (67min), and Serafin Bordoli (79min)
Carlo Canna (27min)
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