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Thursday 19 October 2017

Reds look to bounce back

Tyler Bleyendaal. Pic: Sportsfile
Tyler Bleyendaal. Pic: Sportsfile

It is not how you fall. It is how you get back to your feet.

Maybe, just maybe, Munster had allowed complacency to seep in from their long winning run and how they constructed a 16-point first-half lead over The Scarlets last Friday night.

They received a rude awakening when three quickfire tries from the West Wales club sent Munster into free-fall and Thomond Park.

The tightness of the PRO12 means Munster have dropped down to third and outside the security of a home semi-final.

It could well come down to the improved goal-kicking of Tyler Bleyendaal.

The New Zealander is a close up second to The Ospreys Sam Davies (88.10%) with an 86.79% success rate from his shooting statistics.

Cardiff v Munster, Tomorrow KO5.15, SS2

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