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Eric Elwood is hoping Connacht receive their just reward for one of their best seasons in recent years when they face Munster in their final fixture on Friday week.
History, odds, and the venue are all against a Connacht victory when they travel to Ravenhill to take on Ulster in tomorrow’s penultimate Magners League fixture. But coach Eric Elwood is approaching this game as he has the last three - as a cup final to be won.
Connacht will be hoping to extend their impressive run of form in the Magners League when they play Cardiff Blues in the Sportsground tomorrow (7.45pm).
Connacht host their penultimate home match of the season needing to atone for another poor away performance.
Connacht take a break from action this weekend after recording their fifth win on the trot at home.
Eric Elwood is warning his Connacht side against complacency ahead of Friday's meeting with Aironi at the Galway Sportsground. Elwood says Connacht are in no position to take any team for granted and certainly not an Italian side that will be targeting Friday's game to achieve an elusive victory in this season's Magners League. Although Aironi have yet to post a win, Elwood says the Italians have shown considerable improvement.
Eric Elwood is warning his Connacht side against complacency ahead of Friday's meeting with Aironi at the Galway Sportsground.
Connacht Rugby must grab a golden opportunity to move further up the Magners League ladder when they host Italian side Treviso at the Galway Sportsground this evening (7.05pm). Having leapfrogged Glasgow with a five-try winning display two weeks ago, Connacht now have the chance to repeat that feat over tomorrow’s visitors Treviso. The Italians, with seven wins this season, are just two points above Connacht, and coach Eric Elwood says his side must make it count when the two sides meet. “We have an opportunity and hopefully we will take it. Last weekend against the Ospreys we didn’t, but now we must bounce back,” he says.
Connacht Rugby must grab a golden opportunity to move further up the Magners League ladder when they host Italian side Treviso at the Galway Sportsground tomorrow (7.05pm).
Connacht, boosted by two successive Magners League wins, head to Wales in search of a rare victory over the Ospreys at Liberty Stadium on Sunday (2.30pm).