Lyon and RC Toulon will meet in the EPCR Challenge Cup final in Marseille on May 27 after coming out on top of their respective semi-finals on Saturday. 

The last four produced some incredible rugby as teams battled for a place in the showpiece game at the Stade Vélodrome in Marseille, with the two TOP 14 sides advancing after their respective clashes with Gallagher Premiership outfits. 

Lyon were first to advance after defeating Wasps 20-18 at Matmut Stadium de Gerland, fly-half Léo Berdeu notching 13 points in the victory. 

Wasps Dan Robson opened the scoring for the English visitors with a 24th minute try, added to by a Jimmy Gopperth penalty before the interval. Berdeu replied with a sole penalty before the break as the French side trailed by five heading into the second half. 

Berdeu then crossed the whitewash eight minutes into the second period to give Lyon the lead. Gopperth added a second penalty before Lyon dotted down a second time, Yanis Charcosset the beneficiary of a swift attacking move. 

A second Berdeu penalty extended the lead to 20-11 with just under 20 minutes remaining, but Gopperth ensured a grandstand finish as he crossed over with five minutes left on the clock. 

Meanwhile, Toulon then set up a final against their domestic rivals as they proved too strong for Saracens in a 25-16 victory at the Stade Félix Mayol. 

The hosts took a third-minute lead when Gabin Villière crossed for the first of two tries in the contest. Danny Earl responded with a try of his own for the visiting English side, converted by Owen Farrell who also added a penalty. 

Louis Carbonel and Farrell traded penalties in the latter stages of the second half before Villière added his second try of the afternoon in first half added time, Toulon leading 15-13 at the break. 

Another exchange of penalties followed before Toulon notched the crucial try on the hour mark, Jiuta Wainiqolo on the scoresheet as the French side dealt the fatal blow in the contest.