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“Monster, a legendary team with an incredible audience”

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He was the biggest absentee from the 16th round at Thomont Park in 2021: the “Red Army” public in Munster. With a health crisis, Toulouse won the first game in history at the Munster pitch behind closed doors (33-40). The situation is changing this year. For the quarter-finals, the famous Irish supporters will lead their team strongly, but not in Dublin. With Ed Sheeran’s extraordinary concert at Thomont Park, the match was moved to the home of Irish rugby: the Aviva Stadium in the Irish capital.

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So the context has nothing to do with last year’s game. Toulouse captain Julian Marchand still expects an unusual atmosphere: “Monster is symbolic and legendary. There, we’ve play in Aviva, Dublin, so it’s a little different for them. It’s similar to us. It’s an incredible audience. We know the contributions he’s able to make. He can. Facing this atmosphere, Julian Marchand affirms “To serve” This general, this atmosphere. “We must take full advantage of the meeting and rely on our players Thomas (Ramos), Antoine (DuPont) or Romain (Entomac)!”

“A True Cup Flavor of Europe”

As for Thibaut Flement, we should expect an encounter like last year. Stade Toulouse took the lead at half time and accelerated in the second act (33-40).“They have a big pack again this year. After three seasons in Racing 92, winger-full-back Simon Sebo has returned to the Monster squad with strong efficiency this summer: he has 9 attempts in 12 games played.

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Irish international winger Andrew Conway is expected to return to action after injury. Irish second-tier Thaddeus Bain will miss the quarter-finals after being sidelined for weeks. On the Toulouse side, Zack Holmes and Arthur Bonnell returned to training ground this week.

Munster brings together several players from the Irish team. This kind of gives the team playing “A real cup flavor from Europe” Toulouse to second line: “It’s always fun to compete against players of this level to stay in the progress.

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