Heineken Champions Cup winners Stade Rochelais are back in TOP 14 action on Sunday as they look to snatch top spot on the final day of the regular season.

Ronan O’Gara’s side produced a sensational comeback to beat Leinster Rugby in Dublin last weekend, securing back-to-back Heineken Champions Cup titles.

La Rochelle will now look to go one better than their 2021/22 campaign and clinch a trophy double – they were beaten in the TOP 14 semi-finals last season after lifting the Heineken Champions Cup for the first time in Marseille.

A home clash with Stade Français Paris awaits ahead of the TOP 14 play-offs, with La Rochelle two points adrift of leaders Stade Toulousain.

La Rochelle have a much superior points difference compared to Toulouse, who were beaten by Leinster in the Heineken Champions Cup semi-finals for the second year running, and will hope to overhaul their rivals and secure top seeding for the play-offs. Toulouse are at home to CA Brive, also on Sunday.