Here's everything you need to know about the match: 1 Ulster and Connacht ulster rugby live coverage off this weekend What time is the match on at? The match kicks off at 5. What TV channel is the match on? Eir Sport will be showing live coverage of the match with build up starting at 5.
This weekend sees the semi-finals unfold and one fixture in particular grabs the eye - the latest instalment of the Leinster-Munster rivalry in Dublin. In the blue corner stand the defending champions.
With their European crown already ripped away by Saracens, Leinster can salvage their season somewhat by maintaining their domestic dominance. And in the red corner are the challengers, without silverware since but steadily improving under Johann van Graan.
Victory over the old enemy would signal a coming of age - defeat would see Munster clatter back down off the glass ceiling once again. What is it? Ulster take on Glasgow on Friday May 17th Scotstoun, kick-off 7.
How can I follow it? Both games will be shown live on Eir Sport with coverage from Scotstoun starting at 7pm on Friday night, and coverage from the RDS starting at 2pm on Saturday. Any spares?
How did they get here? Leinster Predictably, Leinster romped their way through the Pro14 season, winning 15 and drawing one of their 21 fixtures to sit well clear at the top of Conference B - thus guaranteeing top spot. Munster Munster enjoyed a fine domestic campaign, winning 16 of their 21 fixtures, but finishing second to Glasgow by virtue of having earned fewer bonus points in Conference A.
Ulster A resurgent Ulster finished a comfortable second in Conference B - without ever threatening to knock Leinster off their perch.
The Scottish side won 16 of their 21 fixtures to top Conference A and accrued 81 points - more than any other side. Dave Kearney comes in for injured brother Rob, while there's an early return from injury for flanker Josh van der Flier.
This time he will direct operations in the red of Munster. CJ Stander will start at openside with Arno Botha named at number eight in a bulky backrow.
Rory Best captains Ulster against Glasgow. The potential is roofless — we can get wherever we want to.