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The Heineken Cup quarter-finals have been kind to us, and on Saturday evening we have an extra interprovincial derby to enjoy as Leinster take on Ulster at the Aviva Stadium.
Ulster, meanwhile, head to Dublin with relatively little to lose. For Leinster, defeat is not an option.
For Ulster, a victory would mean everything. A famous clash between the two provinces lies in store — here is everything you need to know before they meet in Dublin.
What is it? When is it? The match kicks-off at 5.
How can I watch it? The headline fixture of the last-eight — from an Irish perspective at least — remains firmly behind a paywall, and will be shown live on BT Sport.
You can, however, follow the whole thing via the Irish Times liveblog, which will be live from around 5. Any spares? How did they get here?
Leinster 3rd seeds Leinster began the defence of their title with a bang, as they eviscerated Wasps as the RDS, running out winners. Leinster will be wary. So you give him the ball in a bit of space.
He will chip it over you, go around you or go through you. He can score a try from anywhere, so we have to be ready for that. We are going to have to have all hands on deck when he gets the ball.
And it was Leinster who were triumphant, running out emphatic winners. Ulster meanwhile have one in the form of Best. Cullen captained Leinster that day, while Joe Schmidt was their coach.