The Guinness Pro 14 Final returns to the Aviva Stadium on Saturday 12th September for the third successive season.
Home side Leinster continue their march towards a third straight Pro 14 title and extended their winning run to 24 matches in all competitions with a hard fought victory over Irish rivals Munster in last weekends semi-final.
Standing in their way, and looking to thwart the boys in blue are an Ulster side who completed an incredible comeback victory against Edinburgh in last weekends second semi-final thanks to a last minute penalty from Ian Madigan - nerves of steel.
Revisit that monster match winning penalty:
Can he do it again this weekend?— Gilbert Rugby 🏉 (@GILBERT_RUGBY) September 8, 2020
Revisit that monster kick from @Ian_madigan that sent @UlsterRugby through to the @PRO14Official Final
Nerves of Steel.#GuinnessPRO14 #GuinnessPRO14pic.twitter.com/rKjpUbx4BD
Our 3 stars to watch in the Final
1. Rob Lyttle (Ulster)
The young Ulster star impressed in last weekends semi-final, gaining 78 metres, scoring the first Ulster try and topping his team’s charts for clean breaks (3), defenders beaten (4) and offloads (2)
2. Will Connors (Leinster)
Nobody has made more tackles in the 2019/20 Guinness PRO14 than Will Connors, who again led from the front for Leinster against Munster on Friday evening, with 14 tackles.
3. Billy Burns (Ulster)
Despite only starting 8 games this season, Billy has gained 6 try assists (including 2 from kicks) and scored 2 tries. Ulster fly-half Billy Burns will again look to lead his back line to victory in the Final.
Where to Watch the Final
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