Ulster Rugby v Edinburgh

Tonight's game will be crucial in the context of the conference, particularly in the battle for the play-off places and that last guaranteed Champions Cup spot for next season. A big 59-10 win over the Southern Kings last week has set Ulster up perfectly for this testing clash, however the Scots are coming in off the back of an equally impressive bonus point win over Leinster. performance last weekend and use home advantage to pick up back-to-back victories to start the final third of the season. "It was a good performance in the end, and to keep performing for the 80 minutes was encouraging," the Kiwi enthuses. "There’s still bits to work on, we still made errors that we’re going to work on to clean up but overall it was a decent performance. "We can’t get too carried away with it because Edinburgh have been going well. They've kept under the radar but they’ve been ticking away and winning games. Richard Cockerill is doing a great job there, he’s got them well drilled and they’re playing a pretty good brand of rugby. "They have a big pack, a dominant pack, which will be a big challenge for us because we don’t have the biggest pack, so we’ll have to try and outsmart them. "The boys love playing at home, so to get them at home in our first game agianst them is good. It should be a good battle." Dundon is hoping that the team can push on from the



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