Dates & KO Times confirmed for Round 20

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Dates, kick-off times and broadcast selections for Round 20 of the Guinness PRO14 have now been confirmed. All seven games have been chosen for live broadcast when the race to reach the Guinness PRO14 Final Series reaches the penultimate stage.

Round 20 is highlighted by Munster Rugby’s second South African tour game on Friday night (Apr 13) when they face Conference A rivals, the Toyota Cheetahs, in Bloemfontein a fixture that will be broadcast live on SuperSport and Sky Sports Mix (Ch 121).

Conference A leaders, Glasgow Warriors, will also be aiming to secure a home Semi-Final when Connacht visit Scotstoun, but the visitors and 2016 champions have their own Champions Cup qualification goals to fulfill live on BBC Alba and TG4.

The following day sees reigning champions Scarlets travel to Edinburgh to take on Richard Cockerill’s men with both teams fighting to maintain their Final Series berths at BT Murrayfield in a game that will be live on Sky Sports Action (Ch 407).

For full Round 20 fixture information see below.

Fans in the UK and Ireland can catch Sky Sports live broadcasts by tuning into Sky Sports Action on Channel 407 and Sky Sports Mix Channel 121 (Virgin customers see Channels 507 & 510).



April 13, Friday (19.35 UK/IRE unless stated)

Glasgow Warriors v Connacht, Scotstoun

Live on BBC ALBA & TG4

Ulster Rugby v Ospreys, Kingspan Stadium

Live on BBC NI & BBC Wales

Toyota Cheetahs v Munster, Toyota Stadium (19:35 SA / 18:35 UK)

Live on SuperSport & Sky Sports Mix (Ch 121)


April 14, Saturday (19.35 UK/IRE unless stated)

Edinburgh Rugby v Scarlets, BT Murrayfield (15:15)

Live on Sky Sports Action (Ch 407)

Zebre v Dragons, Stadio Fattori, L’Aquila (17:00 Italy / 16:00 UK)

Live on Eurosport Italia

Leinster Rugby v Benetton Rugby, RDS Arena

Live on TG4

Southern Kings v Cardiff Blues, Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium (19:35 SA /18:35 UK)

Live on SuperSport & S4C

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