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Carries
Line Breaks
Tackles Completed
Turnovers Lost
Turnovers Won
Attack:
Carries
Kicks
Passes
Metres Carried
Line Breaks
Offloads
Defenders Beaten
Try Assists
Tries
Turnovers Lost
Carries Per Minute
Defence:
Tackles Made
Tackles Missed
Tackles Completed
Dominant Tackles
Turnovers Won
Ruck Turnovers
Lineouts Won
Total Tackles Per Minute
Discipline:
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Leinster Rugby
Stade Toulousain
1
Hugo Keenan
20
2
Robbie Henshaw
20
3
Caelan Doris
18
4
James Lowe
17
5
Josh van der Flier
17
6
Romain Ntamack
15
7
Antoine Dupont
15
8
Michael Alaalatoa
11
9
Blair Kinghorn
11
10
Alexandre Roumat
11
11
Joe McCarthy
10
12
James Ryan
9
13
Matthis Lebel
9
14
Emmanuel Meafou
9
15
Jack Willis
9
16
Santiago Chocobares
9
17
Jordan Larmour
8
18
Jamie Osborne
8
19
Andrew Porter
8
20
Cyril Baille
8
21
Thomas Ramos
7
22
Ross Byrne
6
23
Ryan Baird
6
24
Dan Sheehan
5
25
Tadhg Furlong
5
26
Jason Jenkins
5
27
Ronan Kelleher
5
28
Ciaran Frawley
5
29
Cian Healy
4
30
Paul Costes
4
31
Jamison Gibson-Park
3
32
Juan Cruz Mallia
3
33
Thibaud Flament
3
34
Julien Marchand
3
35
Rodrigue Neti
3
36
Richie Arnold
3
37
Will Connors
2
38
Peato Mauvaka
2
39
Jack Conan
1
40
Dorian Aldegheri
1
41
Francois Cros
1
42
Joel Merkler
1

Carries Carries

1
Hugo Keenan
20
2
Robbie Henshaw
20
3
Caelan Doris
18

Line Breaks Line Breaks

1
Matthis Lebel
2
2
Jordan Larmour
1
3
Robbie Henshaw
1

Tackles Completed Tackles Completed

1
Jack Willis
28
2
Matthis Lebel
16
3
Romain Ntamack
15

Turnovers Lost Turnovers Lost

1
Josh van der Flier
4
2
Antoine Dupont
4
3
Hugo Keenan
3

Turnovers Won Turnovers Won

1
Antoine Dupont
4
2
Jamison Gibson-Park
3
3
Dan Sheehan
2

Dominant Tackles Dominant Tackles

1
Caelan Doris
2
2
Blair Kinghorn
2
3
Jack Willis
2

Match Summary

5
Penalty Goals
8
1
Tries
1
1
Conversions
1
0
Drop Goals
0
184
Carries
113
5
Line Breaks
5
18
Turnovers Lost
16
8
Turnovers Won
12

Territory

6%
37%
25%
33%
Leinster
Toulouse
58%
Territory
43%

Possession

Leinster
5%
24%
40%
30%
Toulouse
15%
34%
45%
7%
Leinster
Toulouse
74%
Possession Last 10 min
26%
59%
Possession
41%

Set Plays

8
Scrums
5
88%
Scrum Win %
100%
23
Lineout
15
91%
Lineout Win %
93%
8
Restarts Received
13
87%
Restarts Received Win %
92%

Attack

259
Passes
134
184
Ball Carries
113
434m
Post Contact Metres
218m
5
Line Breaks
5

Turnovers

8
Turnovers Won
12
18
Turnovers Lost
16

Penalties

15
Penalties Conceded
16
1
Yellow Cards
0
0
Red Cards
1

Defence

128
Tackles Made
231
20
Tackles Missed
23
86%
Tackle Completion %
91%

Kicks

33
Total Kicks
36
1:7.8
Kick To Pass Ratio
1:3.7

Other Fixtures

Comments

14 Comments
E
Elliott 22 days ago

As a french, it’s easier to win with Dupont, 50/22, turnovers, …

S
Sao 22 days ago

Sigh Leinster has no hope. They keep using the same tricks. Get that ball, get tackled, lay on the ground and pass back with no strategy to expand toulese defense. Passing the ball in the same narrow spaces…. How about kick the ball forward to create chances for backs, do a drop goal something different. Oh well, I guess france and toulese is so good at rugby. 😡🤨

B
Bull Shark 22 days ago

Game over. I feel for Jacques. But not this Ireland B team.

B
Bull Shark 22 days ago

Is it normal for the clock to run while the TMO wastes time?

B
Bull Shark 22 days ago

I hope Gatland isn’t watching this game. He’ll absolutely convulse and poo his pants seeing Nienaber carrying water.

B
Bull Shark 22 days ago

Tough one to call, without any South Africans in either teams’ 23.

But with Jacques in the background - Leinster will probably win it.

AdP may be the worlds best 9 - but can he lose the constant sourpuss face?

E
Eric 22 days ago

We are in for a treat ! I have favourite players on both team squads, so will back the leading team, whoever!

M
Michael 22 days ago

This should be a cracker with Antoine Dupont up against Jamison-Gibson Park

T
Tim 22 days ago

Toulouse v Ireland A. Well at least Ireland aren't playing at ‘home’ for a change.

L
Luis 40 days ago

La mejor final que se puede ver en el emisferio
norte.

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