Leinster and Ireland will play a game of wait and see after three internationals reported injured after today's Champions Cup win over Montpellier.

Bath are Leinster’s next opponents on Saturday, while Andy Farrell’s Ireland side begin their Six Nations campaign in three weeks’ time at home to Wales.

Stand-in Leinster captain James Ryan was a late withdrawal in the second row, while prop Tadhg Furlong was replaced after five minutes.

Winger Jordan Larmour, who scored Leinster's sixth try, was substituted at half-time.

"Jordan has a dead leg, probably 25 or 30 minutes into the game," Leo Cullen told RTÉ Sport.

"Tadhg, it’s his calf, we’re hoping it’s not too bad.

"James [had] a hamstring on Friday. We just sort of managed him yesterday.

"Again, hopefully it’s not too bad. It doesn’t seem too bad but it’s a short turnaround and we’ll assess him a bit more early in the week."

Farrell is due to name his squad on Wednesday.