Here’s Who Gets To Wear Red & Who Gets The Home Dressing Room For PRO12 Final
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Munster and Scarlets will do battle this weekend for the Guinness PRO12 championship.
Scarlets shocked Leinster at the RDS on Friday night in a hugely impressive performance, becoming the first team to win an away semi-final in the PRO12. Munster meanwhile put Ospreys away with relative ease at Thomond Park on Saturday thanks to a MOTM performance by Francis Saili.
Both games have set us up nicely for what promises to be a brilliant final. It’s going to be difficult to separate the sides, but Scarlets will come into the final knowing they pulled off a rare scalp at Thomond Park earlier this season.
A coin toss was held before the semi-finals to decide who gets the home dressing room and who will get to wear their red jersey should Scarlets meet Munster in the final. The southern province were granted the home dressing room at the Aviva, while Scarlets will get to wear their home red jersey.
Munster will wear their alternate navy strip and will be in the home dressing room at the Aviva for the very first time since it’s redevelopment.