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Leinster Rugby will hope to remain unbeaten in this season’s Champions Cup when they host Glasgow Warriors on Sunday at the RDS Arena, live on Sky Sports. Leinster have won six of their seven European games against Glasgow, and haven’t lost against the Scottish side since 1999.
· Only once have Leinster allowed Glasgow within losing bonus point range in their last six games, with five of their six victories against the Warriors coming by 13+ points.
· Glasgow have not lost their opening five games of a Champions Cup campaign since 2012/13, while Leinster are aiming to win their opening five games for the first time since 2004/05.
· Leinster have conceded the fewest penalties of any side this season (29), whilst Glasgow have conceded the joint most (49, also Ospreys and Saracens).
· Glasgow have averaged 15 offloads per game this season, more than any other side in the Champions Cup, however, former Glasgow player Leone Nakarawa of Racing 92 has made the most individually (14).
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Leinster scored eight tries against an under-strength Glasgow Warriors to seal top spot in Pool 3 and a home Champions Cup quarter-final.
- The Irish province got the job done with a blistering first-half display as Glasgow were unable to deal with their quick, slick handling.
- Jordi Murphy was the first to go over after seven minutes and although the Scottish side levelled through the dancing feet of Fijian Niko Matawalu, Isa Nacewa sliced through to get Leinster's second soon afterwards.
- Leinster overcame a yellow card for Murphy with Sean Cronin adding a third and Scott Fardy a bonus point-securing fourth after just 35 minutes. Jonny Sexton flopped over in the corner for a fifth before half time to make it 34-7.
- From a lineout, Nacewa added his second and Leinster's sixth try after half-time, and although Adam Ashe reduced arrears for Glasgow James Lowe soon hit back with his first Champions Cup try for Leinster.
- Matawalu got his second and Glasgow's third, but Fardy ensured the final cheers were Irish by spinning away from a driving maul to touch down Leinster's eighth try.
- Having secured a home quarter-final, Leinster can now take their foot off the gas somewhat at Montpellier next Saturday as the French side battle for second spot with Exeter – who visit bottom side Glasgow.
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