Cockerill rallies Edinburgh troops
Richard Cockerill has urged his Edinburgh side to "front up" when they entertain Munster in the European Champions Cup quarter-finals.
Edinburgh host the Irish outfit on Saturday at Murrayfield and there is a place in the last four up for grabs.
Cockerill admits the two sides could cancel each other out but believes Edinburgh can succeed if they get their game-plan right and the players have the right attitude on the day.
"We're going to enjoy the contest and see if we're good enough to do it. We'll try and out-Munster Munster as we're two sides that play quite similar rugby," he said.
"If we get it right, we'll beat them - we've got to front up in these big games. We'll be well prepared, have a lot of belief in what we do and we're coming here to win."
Stuart McInally is back to skipper Edinburgh after being rested for the visit of Leinster last week following his exertions with Scotland in their Six Nations campaign.
Blair Kinghorn is out injured, so Darcy Graham starts at fullback, while Damien Hoyland is recalled to the backline.
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