Just eight sides remain in this season’s European Rugby Challenge Cup, with the quarter-finals this weekend providing a number of enticing matchups between some exciting teams.
Each match will be available to watch in the UK on BT Sport while those elsewhere will be able to catch the action on beIN SPORTS.
2008 Challenge Cup champions Bath Rugby and London Irish will play out the first quarter-final of this season’s competition, with the game at the Recreation Ground getting underway at 20:00 (All UK and Irish time) on Friday.
Saturday will see two-time Heineken Cup winners Leicester Tigers host Newcastle Falcons in another all-English encounter, kicking-off at Welford Road at 12:30.
Snatching victory from the jaws of defeat in a stunning late twist 🤩@Rona1Curtis dived over the line to complete an incredible comeback and send jubilant @londonirish into the quarter-finals ☘️#ChallengeCupRugby pic.twitter.com/I3bdo7NW34
— Challenge Cup (@ERChallengeCup) April 5, 2021
Later on Saturday, winners of the 2016 competition Montpellier welcome Benetton Rugby to the GGL Stadium. The game starts at 20:00 and will also be aired on FR2.
Two-time Challenge Cup winners Northampton Saints will also be in action at 20:00, as they take on PRO14 giants Ulster Rugby at Franklin’s Gardens.
There will still be European rugby action available following the conclusion of the Challenge Cup quarter-finals on Saturday, as the final two games of the Heineken Champions Cup last eight take place from 12:30 on Sunday.