Here are the pools for the 2019/20 Heineken Champions Cup season. What are the prospects for your team?
It was an astonishing week of European sport for fans. Unfortunately, the chaotic can-you-believe-it theatre came mostly from Liverpool and Tottenham’s Champions League semi-final comebacks – whatever you think of rugby’s round-ball cousin, it is difficult to deny both games were a fantastic spectacle. For rugby, which had its own European
Saracens edged past Leinster in the Champions Cup final on Saturday, as the two European heavyweights slugged it out in a match full of brutal collisions. The two sides have dominated the European stage, and Saracens - with no fewer than 11 England-qualified players in their starting lineup - clinched their
Saracens and Leinster will face off in the Heineken Champions Cup final for the first time, having overcome Munster 32-16 and Toulouse 30-12 respectively in the semi-finals at the weekend. Combined winners of the past three competitions, the two heavyweights were among the favourites from the start and will now
European rugby returned at the weekend with the Champions Cup quarter finals, and what a brilliant set of matches they were. Saracens, Munster, Leinster and Toulouse took the victories – here are three talking points from the round. Saracens versatility is ominous for their rivals For a team to lose one of
The Champions Cup semi-final lineups have been confirmed, with Saracens hosting Munster and defending champions Leinster entertaining Toulouse. There were two away wins in the quarter-finals this weekend. Munster overcame Edinburgh in the Scottish capital, whilst Racing were beaten at home by Top14 leaders Toulouse. Leinster edged past Irish rivals
Munster and Chiefs in the 'Battle of Thomond' The most hotly-anticipated match of the weekend and a knock-out clash in all but name, Exeter Chiefs travelled to Limerick in Round Six looking to complete a stunning turnaround and secure qualification to the knock-out stages. No side in the history of the Champions
The final group standings have been confirmed for this season’s European Champions Cup and they have only darkened the cloud that hangs over English rugby. As was the case last year, Saracens are the sole Premiership representatives in the knockout phase of Europe’s elite competition, where they are joined by