Munster and Glasgow have developed quite the rivalry this season, meeting three times so far. On each occasion Munster have emerged the victors, including two narrow wins away from home. These games have been marked by high emotion and high tension. During their last encounter in January, scrumhalf Conor Murray was targeted with a series of late hits, something which was called out after the game.
Munster are playing their last Cork game of the season, and will be looking to build momentum and maintain their position in the Pro12. However, after last week's bruising encounter they have rested many of their key players. Murray is still out with a stinger injury, while Peter O'Mahony, Donnacha Ryan and Simon Zebo are drop to the bench. Glasgow are sending over a full strength squad, including the always dangerous Stuart Hogg. The Scotsmen will not want to finish this season with four losses against Munster, and with their defeat in the Champions Cup last week, the Pro12 is now their sole focus.
Glasgow will throw everything at Munster, but hopefully home advantage and the hunger of young players will be enough to see Munster through.