Edinburgh v Ulster: PRO14 play-off schedule announced

Richard Cockerill's side will kick-off against their rivals from Northern Ireland at 7.35pm next Saturday

WP Nel and Bill Mata of Edinburgh tackle Ulster's Jacob Stockdale the last time the two sides met at Murrayfield last April. Image: © Craig Watson - www.craigwatson.co.uk
WP Nel and Bill Mata of Edinburgh tackle Ulster's Jacob Stockdale the last time the two sides met at Murrayfield last April. Image: © Craig Watson - www.craigwatson.co.uk

EDINBURGH’s Guinness PRO14 play-off semi-final clash against Ulster at Murrayfield will be played at 7.35pm next Saturday evening (5th September), it has been announced. The other play-off fixture between Leinster and Munster (who booked their place in the last four with a 49-12 win over Connacht earlier this afternoon) will be played at 7.35pm on Friday.

The last time Edinburgh met Ulster was last April at Murrayfield when the Northern Irishmen marched out comfortable 7-29 winners, which serves as a reminder that although Richard Cockerill’s side have home advantage having finished top of Conference B, they face an almighty challenge next weekend.

Both games will be shown live on Premier Sports (UK) and eir Sport (Rep of Ireland) , while SuperSport will screen the fixtures live in South Africa. DAZN will broadcast the games in Italy and other selected markets while TG4 will have deferred coverage of both matches. Coverage on PRO14.tv online service available in selected international markets.


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David Barnes
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