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Leinster to win by 1-12 points –

Leinster have squeezed out both Racing 92 and Munster over the last couple of weeks to win one trophy and reach the final of another.

They’re a great bet to get over the line once again and claim an unprecedented double against a team they beat just last month in the European Champions Cup.

Under 39.5 total points –

That high-scoring semi-final bucked the general trend between these sides, with a 10-10 draw in March following a 20-13 victory for Leinster during the regular season.

The Irish province’s matches during the last fortnight have also produced totals of just 27 and 31 points, so another tight game is likely.

Steff Evans to score a try –

Who might score for Leinster is not obvious, whereas the Scarlets have a clear candidate to cross the whitewash.

Four of Evans’ six tries this season have come during his last three matches, so the Wales winger looks as good a pick as any.

No card in the game –

Scarlets have only had one played sin-binned all season, while Leinster aren’t far behind on five.

Those cards have come at a combined average of 0.15 per game, so it’s fair to assume the referee will be keeping his in his pocket on Saturday. 

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