Sean Reidy of Ulster battles Corey Baldwin and Steff Evans of Scarlets at Kingspan Stadium last season
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Ulster is back in Guinness PRO14 tonight as they greet the Welsh side Scarlets at Kingspan Stadium for their seventh round (kick-off 7) clash. 35 o’clock).
Dan McFarland’s team have won all six inaugural games this season, their best start to the season since 2012, and can do it seven times in a row tonight, beating the 2017 champions.
The coaching team has made six changes to the team that made nine attempts last Monday after Zebre in their bonus point win in Parma. Tom O’Toole, the prop with the narrow head, returned to the bench after an injury.
Scarlets started the season with three wins from their six games but won last weekend in Ireland when they defeated Connacht on the Galway sports field.
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