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Leinster wing James Lowe says they’re out to match Toulouse’s 5 titles as they head into Saturday’s Champions Cup semi-final in opposition to the the holders.
“I feel that is as large because it will get – to win this title, we have got to beat the very best,” mentioned Lowe.
“They have 5 stars on their chest and that is one thing we have been striving in the direction of for years.”
The pair will comply with the return-to-play protocols whereas lock James Ryan (concussion) and hooker Ronan Kelleher (shoulder) have been handed match and quantity eight Max Deegan (shoulder) could possibly be out there after returning to coaching.
Toulouse progressed to the semi-finals after overcoming Munster in a dramatic penalty shootout in Dublin on Saturday.
“They seem to be a championship aspect, that is for positive. They’re the present champions, the present double champions and so they’re a crew that play a phenomenal sport of rugby,” added the Irish international.
“On prime of all that, we all know if we will get our stuff proper and attempt to restrict their alternatives, we will go a great distance.
“Toulouse have plenty of excellent people that we’ve got to maintain on red alert for. However that is the secret. You are into knockout footy. It is wonderful to be at dwelling and hopefully we get a sold-out crowd.
“Yeah, I am going to undoubtedly put my hand up (in shootout) – I do know the drama is wonderful for the spectator however jeepers, once I heard that sport went to 100 minutes. I would not wish to play 100 minutes, 80 minutes is nicely and really sufficient.”