WATCH: Peter O’Mahony on Gloucester’s strengths and Munster’s squad power

Peter O’Mahony will once again captain Munster as they head into the lions den that is Kingsholm for their massive Champions Cup clash with Gloucester tomorrow night.

O’Mahony believes Munster have an enormous task to come away from Gloucester with a win and he has pin pointed the battle at lineout as a key area where the game could be won and lost..

“I think they are playing a great brand of rugby. Their ability to play football is very impressive. (Franco) Mostert has come into the second row and given them another edge.

“They have good direction from their half backs and they play some nice rugby. The lineout is certainly one of their most impressive parts of their game as well so we are certainly going to have our work cut out.”

Click below to watch the full video with Munster captain Peter O’Mahony.

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