What time and what TV channel is Dragons v Munster? United Rugby Championship kick-off time, TV info and live stream

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Munster will be looking to shake up a disappointing start to the season when they draw URC against Dragons at the weekend. Here’s everything you need to know about the game.

Where and when?

The match will take place at Rodney Parade in Newport and will start at 3:00 p.m. on Sunday.

What’s the team news?

We’ll bring you news from the team on both sides when it’s released.

Where can I watch the game?

The match will be broadcast live on RTE 2 & Premier Sports 2 from 2:30 p.m. and 2:55 p.m. respectively. The game is also being broadcast live on RTE and Premier Sports Players as well as URC.tv.

What can I read and listen to about the game on Independent.ie?

Cain Tracey has analyzed what went wrong as Graham Rowntree’s first game as head coach ended in defeat against Cardiff.

We also have the match report and you can relive our live blog below.

We also have player ratings for you in our new video format.

Bernard Jackman covered the impact the Emerging Ireland tour of South Africa could have on the URC season in his Sunday Independent column, while Brendan Fanning has a fascinating article on the work of Pittsburgh physician Michael Collins in tackling sports brain injury issues.

The left wing is back for another season and Will Slattery and Luke Fitzgerald were joined by Rúaidhrí O’Connor last week to look ahead to what promises to be a massive year for Irish rugby.

The guys started with a discussion about the URC launch, where the subject of the possibility of playing games in Qatar came up – and Luke and Rud have different views on the subject.

Listen to and follow Left Wing on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts.

For more information visit: www.independent.ie/sport/rugby/the-left-wing/

Cian also previewed the Munster season in this video for you.

What are the odds of the match?

Match odds are not yet available for this match.

What are the coaches saying?

We’ll bring you quotes from Graham Rowntree and Dragons head coach Dai Flanagan as they face the press ahead of the game.

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