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Munster Rugby vs Glasgow Warriors Predictions, Betting Tips, and H2H, 15/06/2024


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It’s an exciting time for rugby fans because the United Rugby Championship semifinals are around the corner. Munster will host Glasgow Warriors at Thomond Park on Saturday, 6th June, 2024 at 6.00 pm.

This is a massive game for both sides as Munster is the defending champion and would love to win back-to-back titles. Meanwhile, Glasgow hopes to win this competition for the first time since the 2013/14 season.

Munster enters this game as a firm favourite, but Glasgow will fancy their chances. They’ve got some electric attackers, so this will be a thrilling rugby game. The victor will play the winner of Leinster vs Bulls in the final.

Munster Rugby vs Glasgow Warriors Key Stats and Head-to-Head

Munster hopes to take another step toward an all-Ireland final with a victory over Glasgow. These teams are enjoying great seasons in the United Rugby Championship. The Irish province topped the table while the Warriors were fourth but level on points with Leinster. Now they’re hoping to finish the year with silverware.

Graham Rowntree’s men overcame the Ospreys to seal their spot in this semifinal. It was a gritty 23-7 victory over the Welsh team. This wasn’t the most exciting rugby game, but Munster did enough to outmuscle their injury-depleted opponents.

Simon Zebo and Niall Scannell scored first-half tries to help Munster take the lead. Jack Crowley was on point with the conversions. Zebo crossed the line after 90 seconds as the Irish team stunned the visitors. Ospreys soon equalised, but Munster had too much quality on the pitch. The last quarter saw Munster put their foes under intense pressure. However, Ospreys kept them at bay and maintained a respectable scoreline. This was difficult for anyone betting on the URC, but Munster never looked in danger of crashing out of the competition.

Meanwhile, Glasgow overcame stern South African opposition in their quarterfinal. They defeated the Stormers 27-10 at Scotstoun in an inspiring display. This victory will give them plenty of confidence and they’ll believe they can upset Munster in Limerick. The Warriors took the lead through George Horne’s boot after he kicked two successful penalties. Glasgow maintained their unbeaten home form under horrible conditions. The wind swirled and upset Stormers’ Manie Libbok. The out-half had a nightmare on his visit to Scotland, missing penalties and conversions.

Sebastian Cancelliere scored for Glasgow to put this game beyond the Stormers. Ben Loader and Paul de Wet snatched tries for the South Africans, but could not make up the difference. Horne blew his chance to grab another try at the end, as he mishandled Cancelliere’s pass. This was an uplifting victory for Glasgow, regardless.

Munster and Glasgow already faced each other this season with the Irish side running through their opponents. They won 40-29 at Cork’s Musgrave Park on a miserable night. Munster scored six tries against their Scottish foes, with Thomas Ahern grabbing two. They took an unassailable 19-0 lead before Glasgow got on the scoreboard.

Graham Rowntree’s team continuously kicked to touch instead of between the posts. The tactic paid off handsomely because they put Glasgow under a barrage. The Scottish side tried their best and scored five tries of their own. This game also saw several sin bins with Tadhg Beirne, Nathan McBeth, and Lucio Sordoni receiving yellow cards. Ultimately, Munster left Glasgow with too much to do. They’ll remember this result fondly and believe they can do even better in front of a bigger crowd in Limerick. Glasgow desperately wants revenge.

Warriors have more tries and points in this year’s competition than Munster. Johnny Matthews is the URC’s top try scorer with 14 of Glasgow’s 80. Shane Daly and Tom Ahern have six apiece for the Irish team. Munster’s Gavin Coombes has the most successful carries with 114. Meanwhile, Jack Crowley is one of the tournament’s standout kickers, with 26 compared to George Horne’s 22. The Irish star has also emerged as his country’s first-choice fly-half.

Munster Rugby vs Glasgow Warriors Predictions

Prediction: Munster 27 – Glasgow 20

We predict Munster will defeat Glasgow and seal their place in the United Rugby Championship Final. The Irish province has already defeated the Warriors this season and the Scottish side will need a miracle to stop Munster from doing it again.

While our rugby prediction is for Munster, there’s not a huge amount between these teams statistically. Jack Crowley is emerging as an excellent fly-half. Munster’s kicking game is a key part of their success, and they used it effectively against Glasgow in their last encounter. Home advantage is also massive for Munster. Thomond Park will be a cauldron, and this will inspire the Irish team. It will put Glasgow under more pressure and the atmosphere may even influence the officials.

Munster also has an elite veteran core desperate to earn more silverware. Simon Zebo delivered an effective performance against the Ospreys. He is retiring after this season and wants to leave on a high. Peter O’Mahony and Tadhg Beirne are also closer to the end of their careers. However, they remain as motivated as ever.

Sebastian Cancelliere is one of Glasgow’s most influential players. The Argentine scored a try against Stormers in the last round. But sometimes his indiscipline costs the team. They can’t afford for the South American to pick up any more yellow or red cards. One sin-bin could severely damage their hopes of making the final.

Zander Ferguson is arguably Glagow’s best player right now and is crucial to their hopes. He produced a magnificent counter-ruck against Stormers as he showed his mettle. They’ll always have a chance when he’s on the field. This will probably be a close game. Potentially, only a single converted try will separate these teams. Munster is the justifiable favourite, but we won’t count Glasgow out. They can pull off an upset.

Live betting is a good option for this game if Glasgow takes a shock lead. Check out the in-play markets and consider betting on Munster to win the second half.

Munster Rugby vs Glasgow Warriors Betting Tips

Munster is a 1/3 favourite on our sports betting site. This means that a €10 stake could win €3.33 in profit. This isn’t the most lucrative outcome, and it’s risky because Glasgow is a live underdog. They’re available at 23/10 with the same stake yielding €23.

Betting on rugby union is exciting because there are so many markets. Check out the winning margin. It’s 5/2 for Munster to win by 1 to 7 points. This correlates with our predicted scoreline and could have a €25 profit. If Glasgow wins, it will probably be by the same margin. This time, a €10 bet could see returns of €40.

Consider betting on the first try-scorer. Glasgow captain Kyle Steyn is one of their most dynamic threats and had a great game against the Stormers. He will put Munster under pressure and could be a good pick. Johnny Matthews has the most tries in the entire URC, so it would be smart to bet on him to score anytime in this game.

Why not bet on the race to 10 points? Betting on Munster to cross this threshold first is the most likely option at 2/1. It’s 7/4 for Glasgow to reach this milestone before their Irish opponents. Munster is also the favourite to score the first converted try in this game. It’s also more likely that the second half will see more points with 5/6 odds. If you think the first half will have more scores, consider betting at 21/20. Both teams can cause each other damage because they have dangerous players.

Don’t forget to take advantage of our welcome bonus. This is available for all new users after registration. You could lock in your bet for Munster to win the United Rugby Championship? They’re second-favourites behind Leinster at 12/5. A successful €10 bet would win €24.

Munster Rugby Team News and Predicted Line-Up

Graham Rowntree has no new injury concerns ahead of this game. The Irish side will avoid making changes as they search for rhythm ahead of a potential final. Sean O’Brien and Antoine Frisch will continue their centre partnership. Simon Zebo will enjoy another start on the wing of the Irish province before retirement.

  • Munster Predicted Lineup: Simon Zebo, Calvin Nash, Antoine Frisch, Sean O’Brien, Shane Daly, Jack Crowley, Craig Casey, Jeremy Loughman, Niall Scannell, Stephen Archer, RG Snyman, Tadhg Beirne, Peter O’Mahony, John Hodnett, and Gavin Coombes.

Glasgow Warriors Team News and Predicted Line-Up

Franco Smith masterminded a convincing victory over Stormers in the last round. He’ll probably announce the same starting lineup against Munster at Thomond Park. He’ll hope that the likes of Johnny Matthews and Kyle Steyn can cause some damage to the Munster back-line.

  • Glasgow Predicted Lineup: Josh McKay, Sebastian Cancelliere, Huw Jones, Sione Tuipulotu, Kyle Steyn, Tom Jordan, George Horne, Jack Dempsey, Rory Darge, Matt Fagerson, Richie Gray, Scott Cummings, Zander Fagerson, Johnny Matthews, and Jamie Bhatti.