The Six Nations may be a distant memory, and one a few people want to forget, but the elite level rugby certainly doesn’t stop!
Our team will be working hard to keep you covered with every tackle, try and no doubt the odd tussle all the way through to the weekend’s conclusion in Clermont where Northampton Saints are the visitors at 5.30pm , BT Sport 3, on Sunday evening.
Fear not, every minute from the other six matches are sandwiched in between and here we give you those all-important broadcast times and channel details.
The Champions Cup continues to be broadcast in our enhanced player – on BTSport.com and the small screen app – giving you control of the interactive timeline and the ability to stay across all the key statistics as the game unfolds.
Racing 92 v Toulouse – Sunday, 2.45pm (BT Sport 3 & 4K UHD)
It’s the second of our same-country quarter-finals, with last year’s runners-up Racing looking almost imperious in the pool stages as they secured a home tie in the last eight and potentially the semi-finals.
But in four-time winners and Top 14 leaders they meet a resurgent Toulouse side that pulled off one the biggest result so far in the competition – beating Leinster 28-27 at the Stade Ernest-Wallon.
Having suffered defeat at the final hurdle against Saracens in 2016 and Leinster in 2018, the hosts will have the bit between their teeth as they look to secure their maiden crown.
La Rochelle v Bristol Bears – Sunday, 12.30pm (BT Sport 3)
This is almost uncharted territory for Bristol, with the club making their first knockout appearance since 2007 against a side they have already beaten this season.
The two were drawn against each other in the pool stages, both picking up away wins, but Bears head coach Pat Lam has played down the significance of that result in the build-up.
The Premiership side suffered a close-fought 25-27 defeat against fellow Challenge Cup quarter-finalists Worcester last time out and will go in search of a positive reaction.
Clermont Auvergne v Northampton Saints – Sunday, 5.30pm (BT Sport 3)
Another Anglo-French clash takes place at the Stade Marcel-Michelin as the newly-crowned Premiership Rugby Cup winners look to keep their momentum going.
The in-form Saints face a stern test of their credentials however, with Clermont the only team to have won all six pool games – including against Northampton.
The visitors can take heart from the Round 5 fixture however, as they put 40 points past the Top 14 side – the most they have ever conceded in any home European fixture.
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