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The top two in Challenge Cup Pool 4 clash on Saturday as Edinburgh Rugby host London Irish at Myreside. Edinburgh ran out 37-14 winners when they met in Round 2 at the Madejski Stadium.
· Edinburgh have won each of their last 10 home games in the pool stage, conceding just 15 points per game during that run.
· Edinburgh are the top scorers after two rounds, amassing 110 points and 15 tries.
· London Irish have conceded just 18 turnovers so far this season, at least five fewer than any other side.
· Lasha Lomidze is the only player in the Challenge Cup this season to make 30+ carries and 30+ tackles.
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Edinburgh Rugby extended their hex over European Rugby Challenge Cup Pool 4 with a comfortable 50-20 triumph over London Irish at Murrayfield on Saturday evening.
- Edinburgh Rugby now head into Round 4 of European competition with an eight-point buffer over second-placed Stade Francais Paris in Pool 4, having secured a try-scoring bonus point before the interval, thanks to tries from Stuart McInally, Blair Kinghorn and a Phil Burleigh brace.
- Scrum-half Sam Hidalgo-Clyne, winger Darcey Graham and replacements Solomoni Rasolea and Sean Kennedy all added second-half tries as the hosts rounded off an eight-try haul in the Scottish capital on a dank Saturday evening.
- Despite ending up on the wrong end of a resounding defeat, London Irish opened the scoring in Edinburgh through a Tommy Bell penalty, while Ben Ransom, Mike Coman and Ben Meehan also added consolation for the Exiles.
- Any hopes of a London Irish comeback were extinguished on 65 minutes when full-back Greig Tonks was sent to the sin bin, reducing the visitors to 14 men, during which Rasolea and Kennedy added a fine gloss to a routine display for Edinburgh Rugby.
- Meehan gave travelling Exiles fans reason to cheer two minutes from time, but a second defeat in the opening three rounds means London Irish's hopes of making the knockout stages hang in the balance, while Edinburgh Rugby look certain to make the latter stages of the competition.
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