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Where: Thomond Park
When: 13.30 (BST)
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Toulouse have four wins from six final appearances in their 137 games, while Munster have two wins from three trips to the final in their 136 games. Guy Noves’ side are chasing 100 victories, having notched 97, while Munster are one behind on 96.
In their four previous meetings there have been two wins apiece, with Munster notably taking the spoils in the 2008 Heineken Cup Final in Cardiff. This will be the first time the two teams have met on Irish soil, having played three times in France and once in Wales.
Munster’s home record is pretty impressive and they have lost only once in their past 24 Heineken Cup ties at Thomond Park. Toulouse, on the other hand, are seeking a fourth successive away win in the tournament, something they haven’t achieved since 1998.
Both teams fell short in their dress-rehearsals last weekend. Munster took a 9-0 led against Leinster at the Aviva Stadium before losing 22-18 in front of 51,700 fans. Some warm-up for the quarter-finals, but they will be hoping skipper Peter O’Mahony is fit to start against Toulouse.
He pulled out of the top-of-the-table, PRO12 game in Dublin at the last minute and his influence on the Munster game plan is easy to see when you realise that Munster have conceded fewer turn-overs and secured more than any other club in the tournament this season.
Toulouse went into their tough away trip in the Top 14 to reigning Heineken Cup champions Toulon without three key players. Lock Yoann Maestri, who opposed Paul O’Connell, who will be making his 75th Heineken Cup appearance, in the RBS 6 Nations decider at Stade de France, centre Gaël Fickou and wing Maxime Médard were all given the weekend off.
But head coach Noves was able to welcome back international wing Yoann Huget and outside half Lionel Beauxis, as well as centres Florian Fritz and Yann David and flanker Yannick Nyanga.
That only leaves former All Black outside half Luke McAlister as the one missing link behind the scrum, although his injury might well have cleared by the weekend.
Munster have played seven quarter-finals at Thomond Park and won all bar one of them – the 22-16 defeat against Ulster in 2012. They have also won all 22 home games in the tournament against French opposition.