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Ulster Rugby Round Up podcast: Can Ulster reach the PRO14 final and what would a defeat mean for their progression as a squad?

 

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Ulster celebrate victory over Edinburgh last season - but will it be the same outcome in this weekend's Guinness PRO14 semi-final? (INPHO/Craig Watson)

Ulster celebrate victory over Edinburgh last season - but will it be the same outcome in this weekend's Guinness PRO14 semi-final? (INPHO/Craig Watson)

©INPHO/Craig Watson

Ulster celebrate victory over Edinburgh last season - but will it be the same outcome in this weekend's Guinness PRO14 semi-final? (INPHO/Craig Watson)

After two defeats since lockdown, Ulster are finally gearing up for a game that means something when they take on Edinburgh at BT Murrayfield on Saturday.

Joining stand-in host Adam McKendry to look back at the defeat to Leinster and the knockout tie in the Scottish capital are rugby reporters Jonathan Bradley and Michael Sadlier.

We'll discuss what Ulster's prospects for the game are and whether victory is the only way to say that they've improved as a squad in Dan McFarland's second season in charge.

We'll be back next week for a more detailed look back at the semi-final and hopefully towards a prospective final against either Leinster or Munster.

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