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Wednesday 31 May 2023 Dublin: 12°C

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Leinster leave most of their Irish internationals at home for URC tour of South Africa
Rhys Ruddock will captain a much-rotated travelling squad.
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Kelleher may lose League Cup place to Alisson - Klopp
Kelleher has started all of Liverpool’s League Cup games so far this season, but that may change in tomorrow’s semi-final against Arsenal.
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Doherty injured as Spurs set to leave first-team regulars at home for Vitesse tie
Nuno has confirmed that none of the outfield players who started last weekend’s 3-2 win at Newcastle will travel to Holland for Thursday night’s game.
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Wales flanker will miss rest of Six Nations after injury against Ireland while prop duo join England squad
Harry Williams and Tom West are making way from Eddie Jones’ squad ahead of their clash with Italy.
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Ruddock moves to 8 as Leinster make eight changes for trip to Neath
Leo Cullen has rung the changes for tomorrow’s clash with the Ospreys.
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Leinster ring the changes for Glasgow clash with Ireland front-liners rested
Ross Molony captains the team from the second row.
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'We need to freshen up the group, surely people understand that'
Leo Cullen says he is not a big fan of media headlines ‘sensationalising’ some of his team selections.
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Pochettino: Resounding win proves I was right to rest Tottenham players
With one eye on the midweek Champions League clash against Man City, the Spurs manager opted to shuffle his pack this afternoon.
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Schmidt to give Ireland's wider squad opportunities against the USA
There will be plenty of hungry players eager to make an impression this weekend in Dublin.
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'I always do what's best for the team': Leinster save Sexton for Europe
Leo Cullen wants his side to build ‘positive momentum’ heading into Wasps next week when they host Munster later.
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'A pretty strong team will be put out': Leinster go into Munster with one eye on Europe
Over 44,000 tickets have been sold for Saturday’s Pro14 inter-pro at the Aviva Stadium.
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Scarlets make wholesale changes with one eye on Leinster - and it could be bad news for Ulster
The Welsh region face Edinburgh tomorrow afternoon.
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20-year-old striker starts as Mo Salah benched by Liverpool
It’s a big night for U20 World Cup winner Dominic Solanke.
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50 up for JVDF as Kiwi pair return for Leinster after South African visa issue
A foot injury will keep James Ryan out of action this week and also for the province’s return to the RDS.
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Ireland U20s make four changes for World Cup test against New Zealand
10 of Nigel Carolan’s side will be starting their third game in eight days.
# les miserables
Leinster wary of wounded animal as focus turns to weakened Castres
The French side were hammered by Stade Français over the weekend.
# 1 becomes 2
Mignolet 'dropped indefinitely' and he understands why -- Rodgers
The Liverpool boss insists the Belgian goalkeeper is “a good professional” after he opted to play Brad Jones in the 3-0 defeat at Old Trafford.
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Dave Foley set for Ireland debut as Schmidt looks to shuffle the deck
Darren Cave is set for a recall in the centre alongside Gordon D’Arcy.
# In form
Townsend's ambitious Glasgow to test Ulster's resilience in Belfast
The Warriors have started the season with five consecutive wins and the former Scotland out-half deserves much of the credit.
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Rodgers: Liverpool below par, but over tough Oldham test
The Liverpool manager was pleased to win ugly after resting his big names.
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Gloucester leave out star names for Thomond Park test
Nigel Davies has decided to rotate his team ahead of tomorrow’s Heineken Cup encounter with Munster.
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Ferguson will keep changing his goalkeepers
Manchester United are currently without an established number one, but Fergie says it will stay that way.