The second round of the URC continues today with Leinster in action. Find out all you need to know here.


TV

The game is live on RTÉ2 and RTÉ Player from 1.30pm

RADIO

RTÉ Radio 1 will have live commentary of Dragons v Leinster on Sunday Sport.

ONLINE

RTE.ie/sport will have a live blog, with reaction afterwards. All games are live on URC TV.

Champions Leinster got off to a winning start with an impressive four-try run-out against the Bulls last week and have named another strong outfit for the trip to Wales.

Dan Leavy is in line for a first outing since undergoing surgery in February, the Ireland flanker is named on the bench. Johnny Sexton and Luke McGrath are rested for the game, while Leo Cullen said last week that the Lions Test players would only come into the reckoning around round 4.

James Ryan captains Leinster for the first time. Josh van der Flier starts to earn his 100th cap, while Rob Russell makes his debut. Conor O'Brien also returns from long-term injury.

Dragons have lost their last 10 games in a row to Leinster and following last week's 27-23 defeat by Ospreys are looking to break a five-game losing streak.

Elliot Dee starts at hooker for first Dragons appearance of the season as Dean Ryan's outfit look for a first victory over an Irish province since beating Connacht in 2017.

Dragons: Josh Lewis; Jonah Holmes, Jack Dixon, Aneurin Owen, Jordan Olowofela; Sam Davies, Lewis Jones; Aki Seiuli, Elliot Dee, Mesake Doge; Ben Carter, Will Rowlands; Ross Moriarty (capt), Ollie Griffiths, Aaron Wainwright.

Replacements: Taylor Davies, Greg Bateman, Chris Coleman, Joe Maksymiw, Taine Basham, Rhodri Williams, Adam Warren, Ioan Davies.

Leinster: Hugo Keenan; Rob Russell, Garry Ringrose, Conor O'Brien, Rory O'Loughlin; Ross Byrne, Jamison Gibson-Park; Andrew Porter, Dan Sheehan, Michael Ala’alatoa; Ross Molony, James Ryan (capt); Rhys Ruddock, Josh van der Flier, Max Deegan.

Replacements: James Tracy, Ed Byrne, Cian Healy, Ryan Baird, Dan Leavy, Nick McCarthy, Ciaran Frawley, Scott Penny.