WATCH: Ian Keatley looks forward to Connacht clash

Munster face Connacht this weekend in the final round of the Pro 12 before the play-offs begin. Munster guaranteed themselves a home semi-final with their win over Benetton Treviso last weekend. Should Leinster fail to win, Munster could finish the season on top of the table as they lie 3 points behind Leinster.

Connacht lie in 8th place and look certain to finish outside automatic qualification for the Champions Cup as they face a potential clash against English or French opposition in a Champions Cup play-off. Last years champions have been troubled with injuries all season.

Ahead of the game, Irish International Ian Keatley spoke about the clash in Thomond Park. Should he feature, he will make his 150th appearance for the province since signing in 2011. The game this Saturday kicks-off at 5.15pm.

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