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Wednesday 6 December 2023 Dublin: 8°C

# win or bust

This year
Anthony Nash: Cork-Limerick can be another thriller in ruthless but fair Munster championship
Whichever sides are gone by Sunday night will have had their chance in this competition fraught with jeopardy.
All time
Cheika prepared to leap before he’s pushed after World Cup
Australia endured a miserable 2018 and there is no room for error in a World Cup year. But can their mixed bag of a squad succeed?
Hearn confirms Ruiz v Joshua rematch for winter
Joshua suffered a shock stoppage to the unfancied Mexican-American in New York on Saturday.
Napoli boss Ancelotti: Atalanta away will be tougher than Liverpool
The Italians will need a point at Anfield to secure qualification for the Champions League knockout stage.
Series on the line for Ireland in fascinating second Test in Melbourne
Joe Schmidt’s side are on the back foot after last weekend’s defeat to the Wallabies.
Connacht take aim at Ospreys determined to keep the season alive
The slim hopes of making next season’s Champions Cup hang on this Friday’s trip to Wales.
Munster's European hopes hang in the balance as they enter make-or-break territory
Johann van Graan’s side are in control of their own destiny as they look to book their place in the quarter-finals, but come up against an in-form Castres side at Thomond Park.
Here are the Tipp and Derry teams vying for a place in the All-Ireland quarter-finals
Both sides unchanged for tomorrow’s clash in Breffni Park.
Cool hand Paulie out to 'pull something from the fire' against Saracens
A win gives Munster a chance of qualifying or the Champions Cup quarter-finals, but that’s all O’Connell wants.
3 talking points ahead of Saturday's Round 4A football qualifiers
Two more quarter-final places will be filled after this evening’s double-header in Tullamore.
Losing to Ireland would be a disaster for Australia says Plumtree
The Kiwi forwards coach believes Wallaby coach Ewen McKenzie will have his troops charged for battle.
Besieged Conor O'Shea desperate to break Clermont's historic home run
Harlequins lie on the brink of Heineken Cup disaster if they cannot fashion a win in France.
Heineken Cup: 3 key battles that Leinster need to win to stay alive in Europe
Go big or go home for Joe Schmidt’s men this evening.