HAVING broken their RDS hoodoo, the job for Ulster is to replicate the winning performance against Leinster when they make the trip to Wales to face Ospreys at the Swansea.com Stadium on Saturday (3pm, live on Premier Sport).
FIVE long weeks have passed since Ulster tasted their first defeat of the season when falling to Connect at the Aviva Stadium, but they get the chance to put that performance in the rear view when they return Dublin on Saturday evening for the ultimate test against Leinster at the RDS
IN the past, a home fixture against Benetton may have been viewed as an opportunity for maximum points, but Ulster know they will have to be at their best if they want to maintain their winning start to the season when they host the resurgent Italians at Kingspan Stadium this evening (Friday, 7.35pm, live on BBC2).
IT has been a difficult few weeks for Ulster Rugby as their quest to secure silverware looks likely to draw a blank for another year, but Friday’s trip to the RDS to face Leinster in the Rainbow Cup will afford Dan McFarland’s charges the opportunity to salvage some pride (8.15pm, live on Eir Sport and Premier Sport).
HAVING had their dreams of claiming the Challenge Cup dashed at Welford Road last Friday, Ulster will look to bounce back when they travel to Thomond Park to face Munster in their second PRO14 fixture on Friday evening (8.15pm, live on Eir Sport and deferred on TG4 at 10.30pm).