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Munster Release Injury Update Ahead Of Castres Thomond Park Battle

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Munster Rugby has released an injury update ahead of their Heineken Champions Cup Round 3 clash with Castres at Thomond Park on Sunday. 

The good news is that both Conor Murray and Chris Farrell came through Friday night’s Edinburgh clash unscathed as they both made their first starts of the season.

Mike Haley was replaced at halftime due to a suspected concussion and he will undergo the return-to-play protocols this week in the hope of being available for Sunday’s match.

Andrew Conway was replaced on Friday night due to a knee contusion. He is being monitored by the Munster medical staff but he will return to training this week.

Munster Injury

Stephen Archer has been unable to train due to illness and is considered to be a doubt for Sunday.

Alby Mathewson is recovering from a calf injury and will look to resume training over the next few weeks.

Darren Sweetnam is recovering from a back injury and continues to be monitored by the medical department.

Players also progressing with rehab: Liam O’Connor (knee), James Cronin (leg) Rhys Marshall (hamstring), Jean Kleyn (thumb), Tommy O’Donnell (ankle) Jack O’Donoghue (knee), Dave O’ Callaghan (foot) James Hart (knee), Dan Goggin (knee), Stephen Fitzgerald (foot).

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