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Darren Cave: Improving Munster 'have another gear in them'

Darren Cave believes Munster are primed to move up a gear when they host the Glasgow Warriors in the semi-final of the BKT United Rugby Championship this Saturday (6pm).

The defending champions stretched their winning run in the league out to ten games when they defeated the Ospreys 23-7 at Thomond Park last Friday.

Munster's attacking game didn't click to the same levels it had in the last couple of months, but Graham Rowntree's side showed impressive composure to keep the Welsh side at arm's length in the second half, with a pair of Jack Crowley penalties ensuring there would be no late drama in Limerick.

"I think there's more to come from them," Cave told RTÉ's Against the Head, as he previewed Saturday's semi-final with the Warriors.

"Typically before games we like to talk about the June rugby and flowing style, but [they played] 'cup rugby', Graham Rowntree said it after the game.

"From an Ospreys point of view, they're a belligerent bunch. They did slip into eighth and don't offer a lot in attack, they're not a team that's going to win championships but they're not easy to beat and I think that was how the game panned out.

"I felt like Munster always had enough even though the score was close.

"Obviously there's no bonus-points available, there's no prizes for playing good rugby in the knockout, it's just about winning games. Rowntree said it, it's fact.

"I still think Munster, in Limerick, will be difficult to beat, and I just feel they have another gear in them."

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