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2018 Heineken Champions Cup finalists Racing 92 will be looking to remain unbeaten in Pool 4 on Saturday when they travel to face Ospreys, live on BT Sport from 17:30 GMT.
The hosts are without a point in Pool 4 while Racing remain top after seven points from their opening two matches.
- Ospreys and Racing 92 have met on two previous occasions in the Heineken Champions Cup, clashing in the 2014/15 pool stage.
- Ospreys lost their home game in the Heineken Champions Cup, however they haven’t lost consecutive matches at home since 2004.
- Racing have lost just one of their last 11 pool games.
- Racing have made more breaks and beaten more defenders than any other side, while Ospreys are bottom in both of them stats.
- Olly Cracknell has made 44 tackles, five more than any other player.
Feast your eyes on all of the spicy match-ups ahead of Round 3️⃣ of the #HeinekenChampionsCup 😍
Some absolute belters in store for you all this weekend… 🔥🔥🔥
Which clash are you most looking forward to?? ⚔️ pic.twitter.com/0JybxHW4Vc
— Heineken Champions Cup (@ChampionsCup) December 3, 2019
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Racing 92 continue to set the pace at the top of Heineken Champions Cup Pool 4 with a 40-19 victory over the winless Ospreys in Swansea.
The home side were up against it from the outset as full-back Dan Evans was sent off after just 37 seconds when he defused a high ball but was adjudged to have kicked out as he landed catching a Racing opponent in the face.
Despite the setback Ospreys hit back for winger Hanno Dirksen to finish strongly wide out and Marty McKenzie converted.
🏉 46´ | Ospreys vs Racing
ESSAI DE YOAN. !
📋 Ospreys 7 – 33 Racing#OSPvR92 #RacingFamily pic.twitter.com/OpNsJScsBh
— Racing 92 (@racing92) December 7, 2019
But Racing took charge as a yellow card for Scott Williams gave the visitors fresh impetus and they quickly took advantage as a driving maul allowed hooker Teddy Baubigny to power over.
Two tries in a four minute spell through winger Teddy Thomas, from a well-judged Finn Russell chip to the corner, and a penalty try which resulted in Aled Davies being yellow-carded saw Racing take charge.
Thomas added his second touchdown on the half-hour after some stunning approach work and with Maxime Machenaud converting Racing led 28-7 at the break.
Replacement Yoan Tanga Mangene and skipper Henry Chavancy added further tries after the break to help the visitors keep control despite a brave response from the Ospreys.
Half time score
Ospreys 7 – 28 Racing 92 pic.twitter.com/WBEbQTD5bM
— Ospreys (@ospreys) December 7, 2019
Tongan prop Ma’afu Fia and Davies tries made sure Racing could not afford to relax but they were too strong on the night.
The sides do battle again in Paris next Friday evening.
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