Pack down with our 7/1 treble of this weekend’s Pro 12 action

Leinster and Munster should claim nice winning margins, but Ulster fans may not be smiling


Round 4 of the Pro 12 should be unmissable for rugby fans as table topping clashes have ensured that the action should be off the charts.

Four of the top five will leap out of our screens on Friday – with Ospreys, Leinster, Ulster and Glasgow all on TV.

Irish sides Munster and champions Connacht also grab the limelight on Saturday. So with all that on offer, we decided to try and tickle your fancy with a treble on the weekend’s games that lands at odds at over 7/1.

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Leinster v Ospreys, 7.35pm, BBC Wales & TG4

Table-toppers Ospreys make the trip across the Irish Sea to face last year’s finalists Leinster in what should prove to be a fascinating contest.

The Boys in Blue welcome back international talisman Jonathan Sexton from shoulder surgery and he could tip the scales in their favour at at the RDS.

Ospreys, to their credit, do boast a perfect record as well as three try bonus points in the Pro 12. Wales out-half Dan Biggar comes back into their line-up and they’ll be buoyed by that.

Home comforts should see Leinster inflict a first defeat on the Ospreys, but it will be tight.

The win margin of 1-12 points on a Leinster victory at is the tip we’ll open our treble with.

Glasgow Warriors v Ulster, 7.35pm, BBC Northern Ireland

Despite beginning the campaign unbeaten, Ulster know they’ve a hell of challenge ahead of them at Scotstoun tonight.

After being beaten in Cardiff last week, Glasgow Warriors will be all out to make an example out of Les Kiss’ men.

Glasgow have a mightily impressive pack and the forecasted heavy rain may stifle Ulster’s offloading ambitions.

So we’ll take Glasgow at in this one.

Munster v Edinburgh, Saturday 3pm, Sky Sports

After a mixed bag to start the season, Munster got themselves back on track with a functional victory away to the Dragons last week.

While there was admittedly a bit of fortune Cian Bohane’s second-half winning try, Munster were on top for most of the contest and this could be the weekend Rassie Erasmus’ charges finally cut loose.

Edinburgh for their part have been in poor form. In fact, stretching back to last season they have only managed a single win in six games – that coming over Scarlets at home in week two.

They’ve a frankly horrible record against Munster as well, with just the one victory in nine attempts.

All that would make you believe that another win for the Munster men is on the way tomorrow and to make our treble more juicer, we’ve rounded it out with the men in red to claim it by more than 13 points at .

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