Ulster are looking to extend their unbeaten start to the Guinness PRO14 as they take on Glasgow Warriors at Kingspan Stadium in Round 5 of the Guinness PRO14.
Here’s everything you need to know ahead of the game…
- Competition: Guinness PRO14 Round 5
- Venue: Kingspan Stadium
- Date: Monday 9 November
- Kick-off: 8:15 pm
- Match Officials: Nigel Owens (WRU, 186th competition game), Assistant Referees: Frank Murphy & Chris Busby (both IRFU), TMO: Joy Neville (IRFU)
- Live TV: Premier Sports 1
And here is how Glasgow will line out…
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- For the third time in the past five seasons, Ulster have begun a new Guinness PRO14 campaign with a 100% winning record after four rounds.
- Ulster have won their last sixteen matches in all tournaments at Kingspan Stadium since they drew with Benetton there in January 2019.
- Glasgow Warriors only victory in the first four rounds was 20-7 at home to Scarlets on 11 October.
- The Warriors most recent victory over an Irish province was in the 2019 semi-final against Ulster at Scotstoun.
OVERALL PRO14 RECORD
Played 34, Ulster won 17, Glasgow won 16 with 1 game drawn.
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LAST TIME OUT
Ulster haven’t hosted Glasgow in a competitive fixture at Kingspan Stadium since April 2018.
The 36-15 win was of huge significance for the Ulster men as it secured a playoff spot for the following season’s Heineken Champions Cup, which they would go on to win against Ospreys.
The fixture was also extra special for club legends Tommy Bowe and Paul Marshall, who made their final appearances at Kingspan Stadium.
On the day, John Cooney scored a first half try as well as adding 11 points from the tee. Nick Timoney and Sean Reidy added a second half try each, before Timoney crashed over for the crucial bonus point try in the dying seconds. Johnny McPhillips also chipped in with a penalty and a conversion.