Here’s Where & When You Can Watch All This Weekend’s Televised European Action
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All or nothing.
The final round of pool games in the Champions Cup are set to take place this weekend, in what promised to be one of the most exciting rounds of European action in recent memory.
Only one team (Leinster) is guaranteed a spot on the knockout stages as things stand, with almost every team in the competition in with a chance of qualifying.
Tonight sees just one game televised in the Challenge Cup, with Gloucester taking on Pau, but we’ve got a cracking day of rugby to look forward to tomorrow, including Scarlets vs Toulon and Montpellier vs Leinster.
Sunday sees Munster, Ulster and French fliers La Rochelle all in action, with all three sides not only in contention for qualification, but a home quarter final too.
Gloucester vs Pau, 7.45pm, SS Action
Glasgow vs Exeter, 1.00pm, BT Sport 3
Montpellier vs Leinster, 1.00pm, SS Action
Saracens vs Northampton, 3.15pm, BT Sport 3
Clermont vs Ospreys, 3.15pm, BT Sport 2
Scarlets vs Toulon, 5.30pm, SS Action
Treviso vs Bath, 5.30pm, BT Sport 3
Stade Francais vs Edinburgh, 8.00pm, BT Sport 3
Leicester vs Racing 92, 1.00pm, SS Arena
Munster vs Castres, 1.00pm, SS Action
Wasps vs Ulster, 3.15pm, BT Sport 2
La Rochelle vs Harlequins, 3.15pm, SS Action