The weather here yesterday was shocking. You have the sunshine at home.But it's incredible. You can't go anywhere on the waterfront on Cape Town without bumping into a familiar Munster face or without hearing 'The Fields of Athenry' blasting out of some establishment.They're expecting it'll be in excess of 2,000 and anything up to 3,000 Munster supporters.
The South Africans are blown away by this.It's Munster’s sixth away game in a row. They have had some incredible victories on the road: against Glasgow, against Leinster in the semi-final, against the Stormers here a couple of weeks ago.For that Glasgow defeat they lost RG Snyman, Conor Murray, Calvin Nash and Malakai Fekitoa to head injuries.
All four are available.There’s a big debate as to whether Snyman will start or go on the bench. If he starts, it would mean Tadhg Beirne would go into the back row and Peter O’Mahony would have to play 7.But that would result in John Hodnett being left out of the team and he has been outstanding.
So Snyman might find himself on the bench. We need your consent to load this YouTube content We use YouTube to manage extra content that can set cookies on your device and collect data about your activity.Read more on rte.ie