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Ulster have the opportunity to reach their first European semi-final in nine years when they face Northampton Saints tonight (8pm) in Franklin’s Gardens.
The province is ahead of the Challenge Cup quarter-finals which she wins in a row in England. Last place in the last four wins for the winner.
While it’s not the competition they want to compete in, the Ulster European secondary tournament apparently offers a fantastic opportunity to win their first trophy since 2006. </ Northampton won't make it easy for them to name a strong team, which includes the return of Tommy Freeman, Piers Francis, Dan Biggar, Paul Hill, David Ribbans and Lewis Ludlam.
In the meantime Dan McFarland will no longer rely on Iain Henderson this week, but has named an unchanged team that made eight attempts behind Harlequins in the last sixteen win last week.
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