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Stade and Pau desperate for Challenge Cup win

Wednesday 9th January 2019

3:09 pm (GMT)

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Stade and Pau desperate for Challenge Cup win

Colin Slade of Pau in action during the European Rugby Challenge Cup.

Both Stade Francais Paris and Pau will be looking for all five points on Friday night as they look to get their Challenge Cup qualification hopes back on track.

  • Pau have won both of their Challenge Cup encounters with Stade Francais Paris, however, both of those victories came by fewer than seven points.
  • Stade have hosted TOP 14 opposition on four previous occasions in the Challenge Cup, winning each of those games.
  • Pau have won nine of their last 12 games but the three defeats have came in their last three away matches.
  • Julien Blanc of Pau and Hendre Stassen of Stade have each won five turnovers this season.

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Stade earn bonus-point victory over Pau

Friday 11th January 2019

10:16 pm (GMT)

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Stade earn bonus-point victory over Pau

Morne Steyn of Stade Francais Paris

Stade Francais Paris scored five tries as they outfought Pau in a 35-14 bonus-point Pool 2 European Rugby Challenge Cup win at Stade Jean Bouin on Friday night.

Gael Fickou opened the scoring with a try inside the first ten minutes, but we had to wait until the end of the first half for the next points of the match in Paris.

They came to Pau, who eventually pressured the Stade line enough to convince referee Daniel Jones to award a penalty try.

That was as good as it got for Pau, who were dominated in the second period, with tries on 47 and 57 minutes from Tony Ensor and Julien Arias putting the home side 14 points ahead.

The visitors did hit back with a try from Antoine Hastoy, but it was nothing more than a consolation as Alex Arrate and Morne Steyn also dotted down in the final 12 minutes to secure a bonus-point success.

Stade are left third in Pool 2 with 10 points, but Pau are now out of contention for the knockout stages with eight points.

Worcester Warriors await Stade in Round 6 at Sixways Stadium, while Pau will host Ospreys, live on beIN SPORTS.

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