Here’s Where & When You Can Watch All The Televised Rugby This Weekend
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The business end of the season.
There’s an absolute ton of rugby on this weekend with some of the biggest games of the season set to take place. We’ve got semi-final clashes to look forward to in the PRO12 and Aviva Premiership as well as some quarter final ties in the Top 14.
A chance to clinch the last spot in next year’s Champions Cup final will be on the line with the play-off semis and to top it all off there’s some cracking Super Rugby fixtures too.
Here’s the full list for this weekend.
Chiefs vs Crusaders, Super Rugby, Sky Sports 1 – 8:35am
Stade Francais vs Cardiff Blues, Champions Cup Play-Offs, S4C – 6:00pm
Stormers vs Blues, Super Rugby, Sky Sports 3 – 6:00pm
Leinster vs Scarlets, PRO12 Semi-Final, Sky Sports 1/TG4/BBC Wales – 7:45pm
Toulon vs Castres, Top 14 Quarter-Final, Sky Sports 5 – 8:00pm
Hurricanes vs Cheetahs, Super Rugby, Sky Sports 2 – 8:35am
Western Force vs Highlanders, Super Rugby, Sky Sports 2 – 10:45am
Sunwolves vs Sharks, Super Rugby, Sky Sports Mix – 12:55pm
Exeter vs Saracens, Premiership Semi-Final, BT Sport 1 – 2:30pm
Northampton vs Connacht, Champions Cup Play-Offs, TG4 – 4:00pm
Montpellier vs Racing 92, Top 14 Quarter-Final, Sky Sports Mix – 4:00pm
Lions vs Bulls, Super Rugby, Sky Sports 5 – 4:15pm
Wasps vs Leicester, Premiership Semi-Final, BT Sport 1 – 5:15pm
Munster vs Ospreys, PRO12 Semi-Final, Sky Sports 1/TG4/S4C – 6:15pm
Waratahs vs Rebels, Super Rugby, Sky Sports 2 – 7:05am