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Winners of Munster and Benetton will play Leinster in the RDS

IF Munster are to lift the Guinness PRO14 Championship trophy this season they are going to have to do it the hard way. Their win tonight sees them finish runners up in Conference 1 with a home game against Benetton next Saturday in Limerick in the quarter final.
All four Irish provinces will feature in the last six, Glasgow Warriors will represent Scotland with Benetton the first Italian club to reach this stage.
With 21 Rounds of record-setting action in the books PRO14 Rugby can confirm the line-ups for the Guinness PRO14 Quarter-Finals and Semi-Finals.
Five of the six teams who have qualified for the Guinness PRO14 Final Series are previous champions while Benetton Rugby’s presence marks the first time that an Italian club has qualified for the knock-out stages. Wales are not represented.
Conference A will be represented by Glasgow Warriors (1), Munster Rugby (2) and Connacht Rugby (3) while Conference B will be represented by defending Guinness PRO14 champions Leinster Rugby (1), Ulster Rugby (2) and Benetton Rugby (3).
All games will be live on Premier Sports throughout the UK, eir sport in the Republic of Ireland and DAZN in Italy.
GUINNESS PRO14 – QUARTER-FINALS
Saturday, May 4
15:00: Munster Rugby (A2) v Benetton Rugby (B3)
Thomond Park, Limerick
Live on eir sport, Premier Sports & DAZN
17:35: Ulster Rugby (B2) v Connacht Rugby (A3)
Kingspan Stadium, Belfast
Live on Premier Sports, eir sport & DAZN
GUINNESS PRO14 – SEMI-FINALS
Friday, May 17
19:35: Glasgow Warriors (A1) v winner of Ulster v Connacht
Scotstoun, Glasgow
Live on Premier Sports, eir sport & DAZN
Saturday, May 18
15:00: Leinster (B1) v winner of Munster v Benetton
RDS Arena, Dublin
Live on eir sport, Premier Sports & DAZN
Champions Cup Play-Off
Ospreys (A4) and Scarlets (B4) will compete in the Champions Cup Play-Off and a provisional date has been identified and will be confirmed by PRO14 Rugby in due course. PRO14 Rugby will need to take account of whether an additional eighth Champions Cup place might be available were Leinster to win the European tournament and all four Challenge Cup Semi-Finalists have already qualified through their domestic leagues.

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