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Thursday, 15 November, 2018

Leinster could take Liberty Stadium trip in their stride

Ospreys facing second home defeat

Dan Biggar lines up at fly-half for the Ospreys
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Ospreys v Leinster
Sky Sports 1, 3pm Saturday

Leinster are marching on at home and in Europe and although they have chosen to rest a few of their big names after last week's Champions Cup victory, they still have a strong side out to face the Ospreys at the Liberty Stadium.

There's a new half-back pairing for the Irish outfit in the shape of Jamison Gibson-Park and Joey Carbery, but the front five and the backline still look strong.

The Ospreys were knocked out of the Challenge Cup by Stade Francais last weekend and have retained many of their internationals including Rhys Webb and Dan Biggar as their playoff place is still not sealed.

The Welsh outfit's only home defeat in the league was by two points to Munster, and Leinster look underrated on their run of form, although it could be a close-fought affair.

Elswhere in the Pro12 Munster are seven-point favourites against Glasgow in Cork (BBC Alba and TG4, 7,35pm) while Scarlets give up handicaps in the high 20s at home to Treviso (S4C, 7.35pm).

Recommendation
Leinster to win by one to 12 points
1pt 9-4 bet365

 

The Welsh outfit's only home defeat in the league was by two points to Munster
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