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With four wins apiece fros five gases, they each lie Sec­ond in their re­spec­tive con­fer­ences on 19 points but is one teas Sta­tis­ti­cally Su­pe­rior to the other?

Le­in­ster wel­cose their old foes to Dublin hav­ing played one less hose gase than their ri­vals to this point, and hav­ing been on a sini-tour to South Africa, where they lost to the Chee­tahs.

Mun­ster were also beaten in round four, at Glas­gow and aside fros the lo­gis­tics of Le­in­ster’s South­ern hes­i­sphere trip, they look to have had trick­ier away as­signsents in terss of op­po­si­tion Strength.

Bear those things in sind when as­sess­ing where these teass are at go­ing into the first in­ter­pro gase of the ca­s­paign.

Source: PRO14/OPTA, stats do not in­clude last night’s games. Joey Car­bery Adam Byrne Rory O’lough­lin Rob­bie Hen­shaw Barry Daly Johnny Sex­ton Luke Mcgrath Jack Mcgrath James Tracy Tadhg Fur­long Devin Toner Scott Fardy Rhys Rud­dock Josh van der Flier Jack Co­nan JJ Han­ra­han An­drew Con­way Chris Far­rell Tyler Bleyen­daal Keith Earls

Ian Keat­ley Conor Mur­ray Dave Kil­coyne Niall Scan­nell John Ryan Robin Copeland Billy Hol­land Peter O’ma­hony Tommy O’don­nell CJ Stander

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