Here’s Where & When You Can Watch All The European Rugby On Telly This Weekend
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European Rugby continues this weekend with reverse ties from last week all round, as teams looks to get revenge on defeats suffered last weekend in round 3. There was a number of surprise results last time round, so seeing how a number of teams react will be interesting.
Ulster and Harlequins kick things off with the Irish province looking to do the double on Quins after a huge win a the Stoop last Saturday, in horrible conditions. Exeter will be looking for revenge on Saturday at the Aviva Stadium, while Bath will be hoping they can reverse their results at home to three-time champions Toulon.
Sunday sees Clermont host back-to-back champions Saracens, after inflicting a record defeat on the English side on Monday, while Munster travel to Welford Road to take on Leicester after giving the Tigers a spanking in Thomond Park.
Ulster vs Harlequins, 7.45pm, BT Sport 2
Montpellier vs Glasgow, 1.00pm, SS Red Button
Treviso vs Scarlets, 1.00pm, SS Action/Mix
Leinster vs Exeter, 3.15pm, BT Sport 2
Racing 92 vs Castres, 3.15pm, SS Action/ME
Bath vs Toulon, 5.30pm, SS Action
Wasps vs La Rochelle, 1.00pm, SS Action
Ospreys vs Northampton, 3.15pm, BT Sport 3
Clermont vs Saracens, 3.15pm, BT Sport 2
Cardiff vs Sale, 3.15pm, SS Action
Leicester vs Munster, 5.30pm, BT Sport 2