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The Heineken Champions Cup carries on this weekend as Munster look to bounce back from their opening defeat to Toulouse with a visit to Northampton Saints. Here’s all you need to know about the Northampton Saints v Munster game.

Where and when is it on?

The Northampton Saints v Munster match takes place at the cinch Stadium at Franklin’s Gardens in Northampton with a 1.00pm kick-off on Sunday.

Where can I watch Northampton Saints v Munster game?

The match will be shown live on BT Sport 1 from 12.30pm. It is also being streamed Munster vs Northampton live on the BT Sport Player.

Northampton Saints v Munster

Northampton vs Munster Rugby Preview

Here is the Algorithm’s prediction for Munster vs Northampton on 14/01/2023, taking place at Thomond Park. See our smart stats below for a summary of the sides form and history, as well as how both sides’ rankings have moved in Rugby4Cast’s internal rankings system. Wondering where to watch the match? Head over to Rugby Kickoff.

Munster’s campaign opened with a narrow defeat to Toulouse at a frozen and foggy Thomond Park last Sunday.

There’s a report and reaction below along with analysis from Ruaidhri O’Connor and Tony Ward, while Cian Tracey examines why that defeat has left little margin for error in the tournament’s new format.

On this week’s episode of The Left Wing, Will Slattery and Luke Fitzgerald be joined by Jonathan Bradley to discuss the opening round of the Champions Cup.

Ulster are the first team on the agenda after their embarrassing 39-0 defeat to Sale – Jonathan says it is the worst Ulster performance he has seen in eight years covering the team.

However, Luke thinks that coach Dan McFarland can turn things around after what has been a tough few week for the squad.

Leinster’s emphatic win away to Racing 92, Munster’s narrow loss to Toulouse and the Champions Cup format are all up for discussion too.

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