Munster Issue Update On The Fitness Of Tommy O’Donnell, Simon Zebo & Peter O’Mahony
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Munster head into this weekend’s Thomond Park clash with Racing 92 knowing a win will guarantee them a home quarter final.
The souther province’s win over Glasgow on Saturday sees them top the group and sit among the top seeds going into the final round. Thomond Park is sold-out, in what promises to be a blockbuster affair
Munster secured a bonus-point win over Racing in Paris, but the French side showed what they are capable of, by securing a bonus-point win of their own over Leicester this past weekend at Welford Road.
Rassie Erasmus has a number of concerns heading into the game. Peter O’Mahony is following return to play protocols for a concussion he sustained in the closing stages of Saturday’s encounter. Simon Zebo sustained a dead leg against Glasgow, but is expected to train this week.
There is positive news for Tommy O’Donnell who is also expected to train this week after sustaining an ankle injury in Munster’s away tie against Racing. No update has been issued regarding Conor Murray, so it looks like he will be ready to go.