Based on the results, the authors of Simply Perfect November, With four wins from four league outingsThe Irish a The beginning of December is a little more subtle. Despite a huge fightback (38-29) and a logical defeat at Leinster, the Belfast players returned to the Sale Champions Cup on Sunday. Beaten in all compartments of the game by a formidable Sharks formation, Dan McFarland’s men lost 39 to 0. seconds in their group, They definitely want to come backThis Saturday, the equally motivated yellow and black are up front.
For good reason, in the La Rochelle side, confidence is in order after a fine performance last Saturday, a Stade Marcel Deflandre caught in the cold but still packed. Five points in hand and a serious performance (46-12), the Maritimes must produce a result in Ireland if they are to give themselves every chance of finishing top of the table in January. It is yellow and black SecondRight after the sale.
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25. As Average number of points scored by RochellesFor each game, since their arrival in the 2017 premier competition. This is more than the Irish with 22.
The final showdown
You have to go back almost five years to see the clash between the two teams! It was January 13, 2018, again at Belfast’s side, on the occasion of the second leg of the group stage of the Champions Cup. That afternoon, Alexi Bales’ teammates narrowly lost, scoring all the La Rochelle points (20-13).
This Day 2 of the Champions Cup will start from 6:30 p.m, this Saturday, at the Kingspan Stadium in Belfast. The match will be broadcast France 4, beIN Sports. Luke Pearce will be on the whistle and this match will kick off!
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