Munster will not be wearing red for Guinness Pro12 final

Munster will wear their away navy jersey when the take on Scarlets in the Weekends Pro12 final on Saturday in the Aviva Stadium following a coin toss that took place in advance of the semi finals.

But instead Munster will occupy the home dressing room at the Aviva Stadium for the very first time this weekend.

There is good news for Munster on the injury front with no fresh injuries to report following the victory over the Ospreys at Thomond Park on Saturday.

James Cronin was a late withdrawal prior the game with Keith Earls and Andrew Conway picking up respective knocks to the shin and shoulder.  However all three are set to train fully this week.

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