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Back in action.
Munster have been handed a massive triple fitness boost ahead of their Guinness PRO14 quarter final clash with Benetton at Thomond Park on Saturday.
Ireland international scrumhalf Conor Murray, who was a late withdrawal from the team that beat provincial rivals Connacht over the weekend, will be available for this weekend’s encounter with the Italian side, after shaking off a bit of “stiffness” in his neck.
And in even better news – Joey Carbery and Keith Earls will return to full training tomorrow having missed Munster’s Champions Cup semi-final defeat to Saracens.
If all three return Munster will be in excellent shape as they look to put their European misery behind them and aim for some domestic success.
Van Graan also said that Joey Carbery and Keith Earls are expected to return to full squad training for the first time tomorrow
— Sinéad Kissane (@sineadkissane) April 29, 2019