Oldschool wrote:From an Irish provinces point of view a 5-2 from today's game would be ideal as it would cement Connacht in 7th place and give them an easier EC playoff qualification match.
A similar result in Ulster's favour would also work quite well too.
It would give Ulster a great chance of a playoff place and keep Munster ahead of Ospreys and Scarlets, who are likely to be involved in a winner takes all match(SF place) on the last day of the regular season.
19/20/21 May 2017
Play-off 1: Aviva Premiership (seventh-ranked club) v Guinness PRO12 (ninth-ranked club)
Play-off 2: TOP 14 (seventh-ranked club) v Guinness PRO12 (eighth-ranked club)
The Premiership and TOP 14 clubs will have home advantage
26/27/28 May 2017
Play-off Final: winner Play-off 1 v winner Play-off 2
The winner of Play-off 1 will have home advantage
simonokeeffe wrote:Os going to be so mentally damaged come semi final time even AWJ wont be able to save them from a hiding
paddyor wrote:Munster guaranteed a home SF now. 11pts up on the Ospreys with just 10 available.
If we take 1 pt today we're guarnateed one as well.
Peg Leg wrote:simonokeeffe wrote:Os going to be so mentally damaged come semi final time even AWJ wont be able to save them from a hiding
Am I having Deja vu or did you say that elsewhere already?
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