We're two from two over the break from PRO14 so we will be looking to carry that form into the big Interpro tonight. This is always one of our biggest games of the season. Additional terracing has been installed and gates will be open 2 hours prior to KO to facilitate the fans.
Tickets will be available on the gate tonight thanks to our additional terracing and you can save 15% on gate prices by getting your tickets in advance here.
John Muldoon returns to captain the side with Niyi Adeolokun back in the matchday 23
VIDEO: KK and John Muldoon preview the Munster clash
We are delighted to have our official partners in workwear and safety, Portwest, present at the Sportsground tonight to promote the importance of pedestrians being visible and safe when walking in the dark. Portwest will be handing out high-vis vests to fans as they leave the ground after the game. Keep an eye out also for a photo opportunity with celebs Bob the Builder and Homer Simpson – you won’t miss them in their high-vis vests!
Pick up a free Connacht flag from Top Oil
Coming to the game? Fill up the car with Top Oil, Official Fuel Partner of Connacht Rugby and receive a free Connacht Rugby car window flag when you spend €30 or more on fuel. At participating locations in Galway only while stocks last.
Get down to Autograph Alley to meet Stacey Ili, Gavin Thornbury, Pat O'Toole and Matt Healy. Keep your eyes peeled for signs to the new locations. The lads will be there from 7pm.
Free WiFi powered by Magnet Networks
Make sure you connect to our free WiFi and be in with a chance to win tickets to our next home game against Toyota Cheetahs next Saturday.
The Heineken Rugby Clubhouse
All Season Ticketers can get access to the Heineken Rugby Clubhouse for pre-match, half-time and post match entertainment. Both teams will also be down there for their post-match meal along with post-match interviews.
Hope you enjoy the game!
Guinness PRO12, Sportsground, Galway 25/11/2016
Connacht vs Cardiff Blues
A view of the Connacht hospitality venue
Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/James Crombie