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Full time GLASGOW 16 - LEINSTER 23
80 Leinster keep it tight. Driving it up inch by inch, just running the clock down. That's it! Game over - Leinster win and qualify for the quarter-finals. Glasgow's hopes are over. The champions were made to work very hard, but got the job done. Thanks for joining us. Cheers!
78 Johnnie Beattie breaks off but is outnumbered and is penalised for not releasing. That should be the ball game.
77 Sevens phases and the Leinster defence holds strong. Another scrum to Glasgow 5m out, right in the left hand corner.
75 Nine phases and Glasgow can't find a crack in the Leinster defence. Penalty in front of the posts! YELLOW CARD, LEINSTER, O'BRIEN. Glasgow choose the scrum 7m out.
73 Glasgow are hammering away 10 metres short as the crowd finds their voice. Tommy Seymour is screaming for the ball in acres of space out wide but Graeme Morrison goes it alone. A chance is wasted. Now it goes the other way. A Leinster hand knocks it down. Scrum Glasgow 10m out.
70 CONVERSION, MCFADDEN. 16-23. The Leinster centre adds the extras. Can Glasgow make another comeback?
69 TRY, LEINSTER, BOSS. 16-21. Is that the winning try? Replacement scrum-half Isaac Boss scores for Leinster from short range.
68 Leinster are plying the pressure,l looking for the knock out blow. Can Glasgow withstand the onslaught? The white jerseys are flooding the breakdown to secure possession inside the home 22.
66 There's an overlap down the left hand side that Glasgow can exploit. Someone needs to straighten the line but they crab across and make it easy the Leinster defence. Weir tries a cross-field kick to the other side but it's way off the mark and Nacewa can dot down.
64 CONVERSION, WEIR. 16-16. Great kick from the home fly-half from the touchline. It's all square with 17 minutes left.
62 TRY, GLASGOW, GREGOR. 14-16. Kellock - him again - takes the line-out. Glasgow maul it up. Some fast hands from the Glasgow backs sends Colin Gregor down the blindside and he finishes in the corner!
61 Penalty against Mike Ross at scrum time. The hosts make a crucial decision and Weir kicks for touch rather than goal.
60 Glasgow continue to keep grafting but it's all too slow and lateral. John Welsh tries to put Kellog away out wide but his pass is forward.
58 Leinster are opening up the Glasgow defence. Mcfadden steps inside his man from deep inside his 22 and breaks clear. Rob Kearney takes the relay out wide and sprints up to half way. The visitors are looking more and more dangerous.
56 PENALTY, LEINSTER, MCFADDEN. 9-16. The gap is growing, Glasgow need something big, and soon.
54 The scrum goes down. There's a bit of pushing and shoving, but nothing serious. Reset. It goes down again. Penalty to Leinster - Ed Kalman penalised for going down.
52 Leinster have turned it up a notch. O'Brien breaks over the gain line, off-loads to D'Arcy who bursts into space. Leinster are 5m short of the try-line. Eoin Reddan knocks on with the try-line in sight. 5m scrum to Glasgow.
50 PENALTY, GLASGOW, WEIR. 9-13. Weir finds the mark from long range after O'Brien is penalised for hands in.
47 The pattern continues to repeat itself. Glasgow have most of the possession and territory but don't look like scoring a try.
44 CONVERSION, MCFADDEN.6-13 Fergus McFadden has taken over the kicking duties from Sexton, who seems to have a foot injury.
43 TRY, LEINSTER, R, KEARNEY. 6-11. Sexton kicks cross-field, but the bounce is unkind for Colin Shaw and Rob Kearney can collect it to score untouched.
Second half Johnny Sexton kicks us off in the second half. Kellock takes it in. Chris Cusiter box kicks for his centres to chase but Nacewa takes cleanly. A bit of kick tennis follows.
Half Time GLASGOW 6 - LEINSTER 6
40 PENALTY, LEINSTER, MCFADDEN. 6-6. The visitors draw level on the stroke of half time but Glasgow have been on top for most of the first 40 minutes. We'll be back after the break.
38 The scrum goes against the head!!! John Barclay breaks off the back and Glasgow avert the danger! Weir finds touch.
37 27 phases of possession later and Sean Cronin dives for the try-line. Ref Nigel Owens says Kellock got something between the ball and the post cushion. 5m scrum to Leinster.
35 Great run from David Kearney, who finds his brother Rob on his inside as Leinster sweep into the Glasgow half. Now the heavies arrive and drive into the home 22. This is Leinster's best period of the game so far.
32 PENALTY, GLASGOW, WEIR. 6-3. The hosts are back in front after Weir finds the target from 35m out.
30 Stuart Hogg makes another good run, stepping past two defenders. The Leinster defence arrive late and are off their feet at the ruck. Penalty!
28 PENALTY, LEINSTER, SEXTON. 3-3. Sexton splits the uprights from 50m out! It's all square at Firhill.
26 Sexton MISSES. Glasgow are straight back on the attack soon after the restart. Alastair Kellock goes on another charge. He's isolated though.
24 For all their possession Glasgow have yet to threaten to score. Leinster make a rare incursion into the Warriors' half. John Barclay is penalised at the ruck and Sexton will have a chance to level the scores.
22 Glasgow continue to dominate in terms of possession and territory. Rob Harley is forced to hang on just outside the Leinster 22 and the visitors can relieve the pressure from the penalty.
20 No problems at the line-out for Leinster. Eoin Reddan chooses to box kick. Leinster are looking to speed the game up at every opportunity.
18 Weir chips one into the corner. It bounces out off the corner flag so Leinster will be under pressure at a 5m line-out.
16 Devin Toner steals a line-out off Glasgow and gives Leinster a chance to have a run. But the Glasgow defence is up very fast and shuts the champs down.
14 Weir lofts one high into the grey sky. Oh! Great take from Stuart Hogg, who beats Rob Kearney in the air. Glasgow are up for this and are camped in the Leinster half.
11 The scrums are a bit of a mess. Eventually it comes out and Sexton kicks cross-field for the speeding Nacewa. Tommy Seymour puts in a good tackle though. Sexton tries another kick but overcooks it this time and it's out.
9 Leinster are hanging onto the ball but they are unable to get out of their own half. The Glasgow defence is like a wall on his narrow field.
7 PENALTY, GLASGOW, WEIR. 3-0. Solid kick from the home fly-half. First blood to Warriors.
5 Stuart Hogg tests the Leinster defence. He spills the ball backwards in the tackle but Sexton knocks on when he tries to gather. Scrum to Glasgow. Penalty to the hosts. Mike Ross slips his bind.
3 Leinster build in centre field but Alastair Kellock steals the ball back. Weir kicks for territory, Rob Kearney gets a hand to it before it goes out so the host will throw in.
Kick-off Here we go! Duncan Weir kicks us off...it goes deep. Johnny Sexton shows his class by stepping past two defenders on his own try-line to break clear! He takes play onto Glasgow territory!
Team news Joe Schmidt has made just two changes to the Leinster starting XV: Kevin McLaughlin makes way for Shane Jennings on the flank, with Sean O'Brien swapping the number seven jersey for the six to accommodate his arrival. In the second row, Damian Browne is replaced by Leo Cullen. Winger David Kearney will be making his Heineken Cup in an impressive back three that includes his older brother, Rob.
Tean news Glasgow head coach Sean Lineen has made ten changes to his side. Chris Cusiter and Duncan Weir form the all important half-back axis for the hosts,
Welcome Hello and welcome to Firhill for this make-or-break Heineken Cup clash. The defending champions are in town looking to book their spot in the quarter-finals. The maths is pretty easy: If Leinster win, they're through. and Glasgow are out. If the hosts win, they need to do the same in Bath next week to qualify. Kick-off is approaching, don't go away.
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