Here’s Where & When You Can Watch All This Weekend’s Televised European Action
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European rugby returns to our television screens this weekend, with some mouth-watering fixtures to look forward to as we approach the end of the pool stages of the competitions.
Up first we’ve got Bath hosting Scarlets at the Rec in a massive clash. Just a point separates these two sides and Toulon in Pool 5, so it could very well be winner take all in this tie, with Toulon hosting Italian minnows Treviso.
Saturday sees a number of crucial fixtures, with Ospreys vs Saracens no doubt the fixture of the day. The holders could find themselves knocked out at the pool stages should they fail to win.
Sunday sees Munster once again head back to Paris, in what promises to be an emotional affair. The southern province are currently in charge of Pool 4 and a win will almost guarantee a spot in the last sixteen.
Bath vs Scarlets, 7.45pm, BT Sport 2
Ulster vs La Rochelle, 1.00pm, SS Action
Exeter vs Montpellier, 3.15pm, BT Sport 2
Harlequins vs Wasps, 5.30pm, SS Action
Northampton vs Clermont, 5.30pm, SS Arena
Ospreys vs Saracens, 7.45pm, BT Sport 3
Toulon vs Treviso, 1.00pm, BT Sport 2
Leinster vs Glasgow, 1.00pm, SS Action
Racing 92 vs Munster, 3.15pm, SS Action
Castres vs Leicester, 5.30pm, BT Sport 2
Cardiff vs Toulouse, 5.30pm, BT Sport 3