**Each of the Guinness PRO14 sides began their European adventure over the weekend, with some standout results.**\n\nLeinster and Munster, so impressive in the league this season, took that form on to the continent and will hope to keep their momentum going this weekend.\n\nBut both have injury worries regarding their fly-halves, and we begin today’s Media Watch with **Leinster** sweating on Johnny Sexton’s fitness ahead of the visit of Northampton Saints this weekend..\n\n[The Irish Independent report](http://www.independent.ie/sport/rugby/leinster-sweat-over-johnny-sexton-fitness-for-northampton-clash-39861255.html) that the dead leg which kept Sexton out of Saturday’s win over Montpellier could do likewise this weekend, while Garry Ringrose will also be monitored as he looks to make his return from a broken jaw.\n\n**Munster** have concerns over their own gifted No.10, Ben Healy, with Johann van Graan left unhappy by a couple of late hits the 21-year-old was on the receiving end of against Harlequins.\n\n"We're very worried about him, he took two late hits there,” [said the Munster head coach](http://www.irishtimes.com/sport/rugby/european-cup/johann-van-graan-angered-by-harlequins-late-hits-on-ben-healy-1.4435857).\n\n“We're going to get him checked out now. It was clearly a tactic from the opposition to hit him late and certain things in the game are just unacceptable. He's now injured because of that."\n\nElsewhere in Ireland, **Connacht** head coach Andy Friend was understandably proud of his side after they came within a whisker of beating a star-studded Racing 92 outfit in France.\n\nConnacht surged back from 19-3 and 26-8 down to close to within four points of the hosts and though they couldn’t quite complete a memorable turnaround, [there were plenty of positives for the Galway outfit](http://www.independent.ie/sport/rugby/champions-cup/friend-frustrated-in-defeat-but-hails-incredible-fight-shown-by-his-outfit-39859444.html) as they prepare for a reunion with Pat Lam when Bristol Bears visit this weekend.