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Llanelli Scarlets v Ulster - Pool 5


An Tarbh

Both teams will be boyued by their first day victories but will need to back it up here with a second win to keep any chance of qualification alive, a must win game alright. Could be a cracker and a great way to get the action started on matchday 2.
Aslong as Deacon Manu fronts up we should be ok. The demolition of tolouse does worry me though
Granted but the second half performance won't be striking the fear of God into the Scarlets.
Teams have been anounced, there's 2 changes for the Scarlets with Deacon Manu replacing Craig Dunlea at tight-head prop and Barry Davies is in for Ceiron Thomas at full-back. Ulster make 1 enforced change with Tommy Bowe out with a hamstring injury that he picked up last weekend.

Llanelli Scarlets: 15. Barry Davies, 14. Dafydd James, 13. Regan King, 12. Gavin Evans, 11. Mark Jones, 10. Stephen Jones, 9. Dwayne Peel, 1. Iestyn Thomas, 2. Matthew Rees, 3. Deacon Manu, 4. Vernon Cooper, 5. Inoke Afeaki, 6. Simon Easterby, 7. Gavin Thomas, 8. Alix Popham,
16. Aled Gravelle, 17. Craig Dunlea, 18. Adam M Jones, 19. Nathan Thomas, 20. Clive Stuart-Smith, 21. Ceiron Thomas, 22. Matthew Watkins,

Ulster: 15. Bryn Cunningham, 14. Andrew Maxwell, 13. Paul Steinmetz, 12. Paddy Wallace, 11. Andrew Trimble, 10. David Humphreys, 9. Issac Boss, 1. Justin Fitzpatrick, 2. Rory Best, 3. Bryan Young, 4. Justin Harrison, 5. Matt McCullough, 6. Neil Best, 7. Stephen Ferris, 8. Roger Wilson,
16. Paul Shields, 17. Simon Best, 18. Tim Barker, 19. Kieron Dawson, 20. Kieran Campbell, 21. Kevin Maggs, 22. Scott Young,
Scarlets looked impressive in patches but need to put away teams if they really want to progress, Ulster were there for the taking, obviously the score would have been a fairer reflection had they not knocked on twice.

Best though had a serious game and has to start the Autumn Internationals for Ireland, surely Eddie can't ignore that performance even it did come against his darling Easterby.
totally agree that we need to start finishing teams of. theyll come unstuck later on in the heineken like that
no better place to start then at home to Toulouse, will be interesting to see what Toulouse turns up given their bp win on Sunday.
Scarlets pulled out a good win with this one.
It was an ugly game and Ulster were doing their best to never have to run with the ball if they didn't ahve to. Humphries boot did a hell of a lot of talking and i applaud Scarlets for trying to keep the game the way they like to play and amangeing to get 2 tries against them.

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