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HEINEKEN CHAMPIONS CUP - Pool 3

Glasgow Warriors 3-13 Saracens - Sun 14 Oct, 3.15pm BST (BT Sport)
Glasgow:
Jackson; L Jones, H Jones, Dunbar, Van der Merwe; Hastings, Price;
Kebble, Brown, Rae, Harley, Gray, Wilson (co-capt), Gibbins (co-capt), M Fagerson.
Replacements: Turner, Allan, Du Plessis, Peterson, Fusaro, G Horne, P Horne, Hughes
Saracens:
Goode; Strettle, Lozowski, Barritt (capt), Maitland; Farrell, Wigglesworth;
M Vunipola, George, Koch, Skelton, Kruis, Itoje, Rhodes, B Vunipola.
Replacements: Tolofua, Barrington, Lamositele, Isiekwe, Wray, Spencer, Tompkins, Williams
Ref: Mathieu Raynal (FFR)
Sanjay on bench for Sarries

Lyon 21-30 Cardiff Blues - Sun 14 Oct, 1.00pm BST (BT Sport)
Lyon:
Charlie Ngatai; Toby Arnold, Rudi Wulf, Thibaut Regard, Noa Nakaitaci; Lionel Beauxis, Jean-Marc Doussain;
Alexandre Menini, Mickael Ivaldi, Francisco Gomez Kodela, Felix Lambey, Hendrik Roodt, Julien Puricelli (capt), Patrick Sobela, Loann Goujon
Replacements: Jeremie Maurouard, Raphael Chaume, Clement Ric, Manuel Carizza, Carl Fearns, Dylan Cretin, Quentin Delord, Pierre-Louis Barassi.
Cardiff:
Gareth Anscombe; Owen Lane, Garyn Smith, Willis Halaholo, Jason Harries; Jarrod Evans, Tomos Williams;
Rhys Gill, Kristian Dacey, Dillon Lewis, Macauley Cook, Josh Turnbull, Olly Robinson, Ellis Jenkins (capt), Josh Navidi
Replacements: Kirby Myhill, Brad Thyer, Dmitri Arhip, Rory Thornon, Samu Manoa, Lloyd Williams, Rey Lee-Lo, Aled Summerhill.
Ref: JP Doyle (RFU)
Cardiff squad as strong as it could be after their dodgy league start - could they beat Lyon away?

Cracking win in France for Cardiff - Gareth Anscombe starred, will be well-placed for the AIs now.


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Sanjay only on the bench!!!  His work in the air would be ideal in the expected conditions.
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HEINEKEN CHAMPIONS CUP - Pool 4

Ulster 24-10 Leicester Tigers - Sat 13 Oct, 5.30pm (BT Sport)
ULSTER
M. Lowry, C. Gilroy, W. Addison, S. McCloskey, J. Stockdale, B. Burns, J. Coo.ney;
A. Warwick, R. Best, R. Kane, A. O'Connor, I. Henderson, M. Coetzee, J. Murphy, N. Timoney
REPLACEMENTS: A. McBurney, E. O'Sullivan, M. Moore, K. Treadwell, S. Reidy, D. Shanahan, A. Curtis, A. Kernohan
LEICESTER
J. Holmes, A. Thompstone, M. Tuilagi, K. Eastmond, J. Olowofela, G. Ford, B. Youngs;
G. Bateman, T. Youngs, D. Cole, M. Williams, H. Wells, G. Thompson, B. O'Connor, S. Kalafamoni
REPLACEMENTS: T. Polota-Nau, D. Feao, J. Heyes, S. Lewis, T. Reffell, S. Harrison, M. To'omua, G. Owen
Ref: Pascal Gauzère (FFR)

Neither team firing, but one has to win - or is a draw out of the question?! Gareth Owen & Tommy Reffell on Tigers bench.

Will wounded Tigers be more or less of a threat on Friday night?


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HEINEKEN CHAMPIONS CUP - Pool 2

Exeter Chiefs 10-10 Munster - Sat 13 Oct, 3.15pm (BT Sport)
Exeter:
Dollman; Nowell, Slade, Whitten, Cordero; Steenson (c), Townsend;
Moon, Cowan-Dickie, Williams; Dennis, Skinner; Ewers, Armand, Kvesic.
Replacements: Yeandle, Hepburn, Francis, Atkins, Lawday, Maunder, Simmonds, Hill.
Munster: Haley; Conway, Goggin, R Scannell, Earls; Carbery, Williams;
Kilcoyne, N Scannell, Archer; Kleyn, Beirne; O'Mahony (c), Cloete, Stander.
Replacements: Marshall, J Cronin, Ryan, Holland, O'Donnell, N Cronin, JJ Hanrahan, Arnold.
Ref: Jérome Garcès

Gloucester 19-14 Castres Olympique - Sun 14 Oct, 1.00pm (BT Sport)
Gloucester:
J. Woodward, C. Sharples, B. Twelvetrees, M. Atkinson, T. Marshall, D. Cipriani, C. Braley;
J. Hohneck, F. Marais, F. Balmain, T. Savage, G. Grobler, F. Clarke, J. Polledri, B. Morgan
REPLACEMENTS: H. Walker, V. Rapava Ruskin, C. Knight, T. Gleave, M. Banahan, B. Vellacott, O. Williams, T. Hudson
Castres:
A. Batlle, M. Laveau, R. Ebersohn, F. Vialelle, T. Paris, J. Dumora, L. Radosavljevic;
T. Stroe, J. Jenneker, P. Fa'anunu, C. Samson, L. Jacquet, M. Babillot, B. Delaporte, A. Tulou
REPLACEMENTS: P. Sauzaret, T. Falatea, W. Hounkpatin, S. Mafi, Y. Caballero, Y. Le Bourhis, D. Smith, R. Kockott
Ref: Marius Mitrea (FIR)
Benjamin John Morgan captains Glaws, Owen Williams on bench, with Matt Banahan officially named as back row replacement. Shocked
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Attritional draw at Sandy Park, with Tadgh Beirne instrumental in earning Munster a low-score draw against the Chiefs.
Great result for Glaws in a thrilling contest against the French champions. Wonder what negatives Eddie Jones will see in Danny Cipriani's outstanding performance.


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Jason Tovey is back training with the Dragons.
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https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/bath-owner-bruce-craig-writes-to-champions-cup-organisers-to-demand-replay-of-toulouse-defeat-927jnk89n

Bath want to replay their game against Toulouse because they kicked the ball into touch on 80 minutes and the ref blew for full time and Bath didn't get a chance to have a line-out.

Maybe Wales will get to replay the Italy game in 2007. 
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dragons went down in a competitive effort against the saints...The crowd of 4300 odd is a serious danger sign imo if they get that kind of crowd for a massive cross border european clash with the mighty northampton, what hope is there ?
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HEINEKEN CHAMPIONS CUP -  ROUND 2

FRIDAY 19TH OCTOBER 2018
POOL 4 Leicester Tigers 45-27 SCARLETS

SATURDAY 20TH OCTOBER 2018
POOL 1 Bath 35-35 Wasps
POOL 2 Munster 36-22 Gloucester
Castres 29-25 Exeter Chiefs
POOL 3 Saracens 29-10 Lyon
POOL 4 Racing92 44-12 Ulster
POOL 5 Edinburgh 40-14 RC Toulon

SUNDAY 21ST OCTOBER 2018
POOL 1 Toulouse 28-27 Leinster
POOL 3 Cardiff Blues 12-29 Glasgow Warriors
POOL 5 Newcastle Falcons 23-20 Montpellier

Three wins each for PRO14, EPL & TOP14 teams, with one all-EPL draw & Glasgow winning an all-PRO14 game. Chapeaux to Edinburgh and Newcastle for beating two of the top-fancies French teams. ClapClap
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Edinburgh have been granted permission to build a 'Mini Murrayfield' next to Murrayfield by the city council.

It is hoped the new 7,800-seater facility will be ready for Richard Cockerill's side to use next season.

Edinburgh moved back to the national stadium earlier this year after ending a temporary arrangement at Myreside.

Four stands approximately 8.6m high will be built around a new synthetic 3G surface on Murrayfield's back pitches.

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