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2017 Champions Cup semi-finalists Leinster will look to continue their winning start this weekend against Glasgow Warriors at Scotstoun Stadium, live on Sky Sports. The Irish side narrowly beat Montpellier 24-17 in Round 1, while Glasgow lost a close match 24-15 against Exeter Chiefs at Sandy Park.
· The clubs have met six times in Europe’s top flight. Glasgow won the first meeting in 1999 but Leinster have won all five games since then.
· Glasgow have lost their last nine games against Irish opposition, including two defeats to Munster in last season’s pool stage.
· Leinster have won just two of their last 10 away games in the Champions Cup (D2, L6). The three-time champions are unbeaten in their last two on the road however (W1, D1).
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Leinster plundered another victory in Champions Cup Pool 3 to leave Glasgow’s hopes of qualification for the knockout stage in severe peril.
- All had looked so promising for the home side when Stuart Hogg, making his first appearance after a long layoff for shoulder surgery, finished off a lovely move to score the opening try.
- But the Leinster pack's raw power was evident in Cian Healy going over the line twice before half time, the second deep into added time.
- After the interval, Johnny Sexton coasted over to extend the Irish province's advantage.
- Tommy Seymour touched down to bring Glasgow back within touching distance but Noel Reid's try sealed it for the three-time winners, and the bonus point to boot.
- Leinster top Pool 3 with 10 points, but without a point from their opening two games, Glasgow's hopes appear slim.
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