How To Watch Ulster V Zebre This Weekend to day

Ulster V Zebre will see the first of the Irish counties kick off their season after the international break as they aim to get back where they left off. After a successful November run for Ireland, the focus is now back on the URC as the provinces enter an important period of their season. Ulster have lost just one game all season and will look to continue the momentum they had during the international break. While Zebre has shown some positive signs, their results have not reflected this as they are in 16e in the table.

Here you will find all the information you need for the Ulster V Zebre.

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When is Ulster V Zebre?

Ulster V Zebre is next Friday, with kick-off at Kingspan at 7.35am.

How can I watch Ulster V Zebre?

Ulster V Zebre will be broadcast live on TG4, with coverage from 7.15am.

Form guide

Ulster enter this game second in the table with just one defeat all season, to top table Leinster. A bonus points win, which they would expect, would place them close behind Leinster who start their game against Glasgow on Saturday. The last time out they secured a hard-fought victory against provincial rivals Munster at Thomond Park. They have played brilliant attacking rugby and will be happy to show it off to an eager home crowd.

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For Zebre it has been another disappointing season for the Italian side. Although there were some promising performances at the start of the season, they have lost every game this season.

Team news

Ulster select a team mixed of experience and youth ahead of Friday night’s clash. Duane Vermeulen is captain of the side at the age of eight and Iain Henderson will make his first appearance of the season from the bench. Jake Flannery starts at fly-half, with Jacob Stackdale and Ethan McIlroy on the wings.

Zebre line out as follows, with a rousing backline that has the pace to hurt Ulster.

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