Munster suffer injury setbacks ahead of Heineken Champions Cup clash against Exeter

Sandy Park will host the encounter on Saturday
Sandy Park will host the encounter on Saturday
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Munster Rugby have suffered triple injury setbacks ahead of their round of 16 Heineken Champions Cup clash against Exeter Chiefs to be played at Sandy Park on Saturday.

Tadhg Beirne, who is currently recovering from a thigh injury will consult a specialist while Dave Kilcoyne is also sidelined with a neck injury. Both the players will miss the weekend's encounter/

Gavin Combes, who sustained an ankle injury during Leinster game will continue to undergo rehabilitation along with Andrew Conway (knee), James French (knee), RG Snyman (knee).

Meanwhile, the club also confirmed that Jack Daly (ankle), Mike Haley (knee), Jean Kleyn (leg), Liam O’Connor (knee) and Simon Zebo (HIA) have returned to full training this week.

Munster finished the group stage at third place in Pool B after winning all their four matches.

 
 
 
 
 

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