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Where: Stade Aimé Giral
When: 16.40 (GMT)
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Munster’s 36-8 bonus point win was their second-biggest victory over a French side in the Heineken Cup, and their biggest since a 46-9 triumph over Castres back in 2006.
But Perpignan have a fierce record at the Stade Aime Giral, having won 22 of their last 23 home games in the Heineken Cup there.
Their visitors this weekend have not enjoyed the best of times on their recent trips to France with just one win in their last five matches – a narrow victory over Castres in 2011.
“We’re at home and the boys love playing at home in front of a great crowd but we also have to show up and prove over 80 minutes what we showed for glimpses last weekend,” said Perpignan’s Wales international James Hook.
“We showed some good stuff at times but need to show it for longer periods.”
Munster will be without influential scrum-half Conor Murray after it was confirmed that he damaged knee ligaments in the win over Perpignan last weekend. He faces up to six weeks out of action but did give the Irish side some good news this week as he committed himself to a new long-term deal with the club.
Lifeimi Mafi returns for Perpignan after serving a suspension for being sent off against Gloucester and he could start against his former club. Mafi spent six years at Munster before joining Perpignan for the start of the 2012/13 season.