Details confirmed for Champions Cup semi finals

Four venues are in line to host this season’s Champions Cup semi finals European Professional Club Rugby (EPCR) have confirmed.

Munster, if they get through their quarter final clash with Edinburgh, could face Saracens at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry if the English side beat Glagsow Warriors.

However, Munster will play the Scottish side at the Aviva Stadium if both teams come through their respective last eight fixtures.

The semi finals of the Champions Cup this season are due to take place on April 20/21 and the full breakdown of permutations can be seen below.

Semi-final 1: if Saracens v Edinburgh Rugby – Ricoh Arena (Coventry)

Semi-final 1: if Saracens v Munster Rugby – Ricoh Arena (Coventry)

Semi-final 1: if Edinburgh Rugby v Glasgow Warriors – BT Murrayfield (Edinburgh)

Semi-final 1: if Munster Rugby v Glasgow Warriors – Aviva Stadium (Dublin)

Semi-final 2: if Racing 92 v Leinster Rugby – Paris La Défense Arena

Semi-final 2: if Racing 92 v Ulster Rugby – Paris La Défense Arena

Semi-final 2: if Leinster Rugby v Toulouse – Aviva Stadium (Dublin)

Semi-final 2: if Ulster Rugby v Toulouse – Aviva Stadium (Dublin)

2019 Heineken Champions Cup final: Saturday, 11 May; St James’ Park, Newcastle (17.00)

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