Finn Russell Farrell: Munster’s attack has improved despite lack of tries

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At the time, only Glasgow and Leinster had scored more tries than the Reds in the Guinness PRO14, but they had struggled to break Saracens down and were looking less and less potent by the week.

Felix Jones left at the end of the season and was replaced by the internationally renowned Stephen Larkham. The former Australia international drew praise for the way Munster played early in the season.

In recent weeks, however, the tries have begun to dry up and the line breaks have been harder to come by.

Since their 21-21 draw at home to Racing 92 in November, Munster have not topped the 20-point mark during a tough run of fixtures that has seen them win twice and lose four times.


In Europe, their total of seven tries in four matches sees them rank alongside a clutch of teams out of the running. Only Lyon, with five, have touched down less frequently.

Yet, Farrell

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