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Here's where you can watch the gripping final weekend of the Pro12

The league has announced their plans for the semi-final weekend too.

THE GUINNESS PRO12 have this afternoon released the breakdown of broadcasters for this weekend’s crucial final round of regular season fixtures.

The league have also revealed the factors behind deciding the date and time for the semi-finals when they take place next weekend.

A general view of Munster training Anthony Foley speaks with his Munster squad before the day of reckoning in Cork. Source: Morgan Treacy/INPHO

With all six Pro12 games kicking off at the same time on Saturday (3pm), the league will be covered by each of its TV partners simultaneously with only one fixture not featured live on TV.

Irish rugby fans from Ulster, Munster and Connacht hoping to see how their team fares in the climactic final day will be able to view games on their Skybox without the use of a red button. And the southern province’s home clash with the Dragons will be free to air on TG4.

Michael Swift Michael Swift in training with Connacht this week. Source: Ryan Byrne/INPHO

Here’s the full list of fixtures and the broadcaster carrying them.

Cardiff v Zebre — (online only)
Connacht v Ospreys – S4C (Sky channel 134 in Ireland)
Edinburgh v Leinster – BBC Alba
Glasgow v Ulster – Sky Sports
Munster v Dragons – TG4
Treviso v Scarlets — BBC Wales

Meanwhile, the Pro12 have announced the kick-off times for next weekend’s semi-finals with Ulster and Munster lined up for respective Friday and Saturday fixtures in they secure a top two finish.

Semi-Final 1: Friday 22 May, 7.45PM

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Semi-final 2: Saturday 23 May, 2.30PM

Should Munster secure a home play-off berth they will play in Thomond Park on Saturday 23 May. Ulster will be given their preferred Friday night kick-off if they manage to finish in the top two. However, in the unlikely event of both Ulster and Glasgow earning home semis, Neil Doak’s men will be in Belfast on Saturday 23 May.

The Guinness Pro12 Grand Final will kick off at 6.30PM on 30 May in Kingspan Stadium.

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