We’re nearing crunch time in the Pool stage of the European Rugby Champions Cup and Round 4 produced some scintillating tries over the weekend.

Once again, you can vote for your favourite score from the five tries chosen by our panel. The winning try is decided by a combination of fans' votes and our rugby expert.

Will Ben Spencer's try for Saracens get your thumbs-up? The scrum-half's dummy and rapid burst from a ruck was finished off after a neat side-step around Scott Spedding's tackle. It was a classy score, even if the defending champions ultimately succumbed to an ASM Clermont Auvergne fightback in Pool 2 on Sunday.

There was also much to admire about Anthony Watson's two-try display for Bath in their 26-21 win over RC Toulon in Pool 5. Watson's second try just before half-time saw his arcing 30-metre run leave Josua Tuisova and Hugo Bonneval grasping at thin air.

In the same game, Samu Manoa's try might get your vote. Ma'a Nonu was the catalyst with a scything dash before quick hands by Chris Ashton and Guilhelm Guirado allowed Manoa to cross the line.

Paul Asquith's try in Scarlets' big Pool 5 win at Benetton Rugby owed much to a brilliant offload in the tackle by Johnny McNicholl, returning the favour after Asquith had beautifully set up the Kiwi's try a little earlier.

The final selection is George Horne's consolation score for Glasgow Warriors at Montpellier in Pool 3 on Saturday, brilliantly set up by a rapid exchange between Nick Grigg and Ruaridh Jackson.