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Seismic Saturday evening in store as Leinster host Saracens, Ulster tackle Toulouse on the Sunday
April 4 and 5 will be an unmissable weekend of rugby.

EPCR HAVE TODAY confirmed the kick-off dates and times for the Heineken Champions Cup quarter-finals.

Top-seeded Leinster and eighth qualifier Saracens  will meet in a 17.45 kick-off on Saturday 4 April at the Aviva Stadium in a repeat of last year’s final – the last time Leo Cullen’s men suffered a loss.

The second province qualified for the knock-out stages, Ulster, will face four-time champions Toulouse at 15.15 Irish time on Sunday 5 April, with the winner to take on English opposition in the semi-finals on the weekend of 1 May.

Preceeding the Saturday evening clash between the teams who have share the last three titles will be Exeter v Northampton and Clermont v Racing 92. The winner of the all-French clash will lie in wait for either Leinster or Saracens.

Saturday 4 April

Exeter v Northampton

Clermont v Racing 92

Leinster v Saracens

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Sunday 5 April

Toulouse v Ulster

Bernard Jackman joins Murray Kinsella and Gavan Casey to discuss the ever-greying Saracens saga and pick his personal Ireland XV to face Scotland


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