**The return of the Guinness PRO14 brings another heavyweight clash on Saturday evening as Munster aim for the victory which would ensure they join opponents Leinster in September’s Final Series.** \n\nThey do so boosted by the arrival of Springbok World Cup winners Damian de Allende and RG Snyman, both of whom are set to add firepower to Johann van Graan’s side.\n\nSnyman adds quality to a pack which already boats his fellow South African-born stars Jean Kleyn and CJ Stander, both of whom have naturalised for Ireland, while de Allende will bring power to the back division.\n\nMunster go into the restart in second place in Conference B, eight points ahead of nearest challengers Scarlets. \n\nOne victory from their final two regular season matches would therefore secure them spot in the play-offs, while they will also have their sights set on leapfrogging leaders Edinburgh and securing a home semi-final. \n\nMunster were in fantastic form before the break. The province won all three of their matches in February, scoring 125 points and conceding just 13, and will hope they can pick up where they left off. \n\nLeinster have no such concerns over securing a spot in the Final Series, with a home semi-final already sealed following their unbeaten season to date. \n\nThe Conference A leaders have won all 13 of their league matches and also lead the way in the Guinness PRO14 for average points scored (37) and tries scored (5) per game. \n\nThe defending champions are also protecting an unbeaten Guinness PRO14 record at the Avivia Stadium which stretches back to April 2019.