In the Champions Cup today, Munster play Exeter at Thomond Park at 5.30.
Edinburgh's 19-10 win over Montpellier last night means Munster can't secure a home quarter final.
The Edinburgh win means Leinster are guaranteed a quarter final spot.
Ulster are away to Leicester.
Leinster are away to Wasps tomorrow at 3.15.
In the Challenge Cup today, Connacht go to Bordeaux. A win will give them a quarter final spot.
In the AIL, Division 1B, Naas will be away to Old Belvedere.
Naas are 5th on the table on 23 points, but that’s only 2 points behind joint leaders St. Mary’s College and City of Armagh on 25pts, with Malone and Ballinahinch on 24.
Amazingly only 4 points separates the top 8 teams, out of 10 teams, in this Division.
MU Barnhall remain unbeaten after 8 games and lead the table on 37 points, 5 points ahead of Greystones
The top two clash in Parsonstown at 2.30, in a game that could decide the ultimate title destination.
***We’ll have live updates from both games.
Westmeath won their first O'Byrne last night beating Dublin 1-12 to 10-points in Parnell Park.
Today, in the Top Oil BrotherBosco Leinster Colleges Senior "A" Football championship, Scoil Mhuire, Clane play Patrician Newbridge in College Park, Newbridge at 1.30.
Yesterday, holders Naas beat St. Mels, Longford by 2-18 to 1-9
Liverpool can re-establish a seven-point lead at the top of the Premier League today.
They host Crystal Palace
At 12.30, Wolves are home to Leicester.
The 3pm games are:
Manchester United are home to Brighton.
West Ham go to Bournemouth.
Newcastle play Cardiff,
Southampton host Everton
Burnley go to Watford.
At 5.30, Arsenal play Chelsea at the Emirates.
In the Leinster Senior League last night, Newbridge Town were away to Dublin side 4th placed Bangor.
After being 1 nil down, goals from Conor Deleahunty and Stevie Lawless.gave them a 2-1 win.
Shane Lowry takes a three-shot lead into the final round of the Abu Dhabi Championship.
He's 17-under par; 3 shots ahead of the field.
Today's racing is in Navan from 12.30.