The Scarlets will be aiming to reach their first European final this weekend as they face Leinster in the Champions Cup semi-final in Dublin.
Wayne Pivac’s side are up against the Irish province in their own backyard.
Here’s everything you need to know about the Scarlets’ game…
When is the game?
The match is on Saturday, April 21.
What time is kick-off?
The game kicks off at 3.30pm.
Is it on TV?
Yes. Sky Sports Main Event will show all the action live, with their coverage starting at 2.55pm.
You can also follow the build-up, match updates and reaction on our live blog on Saturday.
If you don’t have Sky Sports you can get a Now TV Day Pass for £7.99 here and watch online.
Where is the game?
It’s at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin – the home of Irish rugby.
It’s not Leinster’s home ground as they primarily play at the RDS Arena. However, the Irish side has regularly used the Aviva as their “home” venue in recent years, playing there three times so far this season.
Leinster secured their place in the last four after a quarter-final victory over Saracens on Easter Sunday, while Wayne Pivac’s men knew they were going to be away from home in the semis after a win over La Rochelle last month due to the way the tournament’s seeding system works.
The staging of the match at the Aviva has already been heavily criticised, with Scarlets centre Scott Williams saying it is “basically Leinster’s home ground” , while former England and Lions outside-half Stuart Barnes dubbed the decision “farcical”.