In the UK and Ireland, the only location to watch every Scarlets vs Leinster rugby match live is on Viaplay Sports, formerly known as Premier Sports. Head coach Leo Cullen has chosen the Leinster Rugby side that will play Scarlets in Round 5 of the BKT United Rugby Championship tomorrow evening at the RDS Arena (KO: 7:35pm, live on TG4 and Premier Sports 1). The team is proudly supported by Bank of Ireland.
Garry Ringrose and James Ryan make their first Leinster debuts of the season after returning from international action to be selected Co-Captains for the 2023–24 campaign last week.
Hugo Keenan, who impressed at the Rugby World Cup, starts at full-back for the first time this season. Ringrose and Jamie Osborne are in the middle, with Jordan Larmour and Jimmy O’Brien on the wings.
For his first Leinster game at the RDS, Sam Prendergast is accompanied in the half-backs by Jamison Gibson-Park.
Thomas Clarkson joins Andrew Porter, Rónan Kelleher, and themselves on the front row.
Ryan stifles Joe McCarthy in the second row, who is fresh off winning Player of the Match in the Dragons’ away victory the previous Saturday. Leinster vs Scarlets 18 Nov, 2023 18:35 Bets
How to Stream Scarlets vs Leinster Rugby
In the UK and Ireland, the only location to watch every Scarlets vs Leinster rugby match live is on Viaplay Sports, formerly known as Premier Sports. Viaplay Sports will broadcast the Leinster vs Scarlets game live, commencing at 4 p.m.
If you have a contract with Sky Sports, you can add Viaplay Sports for £14.99 a month, which is also the same price with Virgin Media. If you sign up once a year, you can save £3. Alternatively, for £11.99 a month, you can directly subscribe to Viaplay Sports and watch Scarlets vs Leinster rugby matches online.
Scarlets, happy to return Johnny Williams traveling to Dublin
Johnny Williams a Wales international is back in the Scarlets lineup for this Saturday’s BKT United Rugby Championship round five encounter in Dublin against Leinster (19:35; S4C).
After overcoming a hamstring problem Williams is starting at inside center in a lineup that has ten different players from the squad that played the Emirates Lions in Llanelli last weekend.
In the back three, Ryan Conbeer replaces Johnny McNicholl at full-back Tomi Lewis makes his URC debut at right wing, and Tom Rogers moves to full-back.
Williams teams up with British & Irish Lion Jonathan Davies in midfield and Davies assumes the captain’s armband.
Scarlets vs Leinster Squad
Leinster: Hugo Keenan; Jordan Larmour, Garry Ringrose (co-capt), Jamie Osborne, Jimmy O’Brien; Sam Prendergast, Jamison Gibson-Park; Andrew Porter, Rónan Kelleher, Thomas Clarkson, Joe McCarthy, James Ryan (co-capt), Max Deegan, Josh van der Flier, Caelan Doris.
Replacements: Dan Sheehan, Jack Boyle, Tadhg Furlong, Ross Molony, Scott Penny, Fintan Gunne, Ross Byrne, Ciarán Frawley.
Scarlets: Tom Rogers; Tomi Lewis, Jonathan Davies (capt), Johnny Williams, Ryan Conbeer; Charlie Titcombe, Kieran Hardy; Wyn Jones, Shaun Evans, Harri O’Connor, Alex Craig, Jac Price, Ben Williams, Teddy Leatherbarrow, Carwyn Tuipulotu.
Replacements: Ryan Elias, Steff Thomas, Sam Wainwright, Morgan Jones, Iwan Shenton, Archie Hughes, Ioan Nicholas, Scott Williams.