Last season, we witnessed the end of long going Pro14 league final where Leinster beat the Ulster in a one-sided match. On September 13, Leinster won the final of Pro14 in a 27-5 match against Ulster and won the first silverware of the 2019-20 Rugby season. Now, its time for the Champions Cup, yes you read that right it’s not canceled but ongoing.
The group stage of the Champions Cup was finished back in January 2020 and due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the tournament was on hold like all other sporting tournaments. But now, the knockout stages are set to start and both Leinster and Ulster are going to feature in the Champions Cup Quarter Finals, obviously, they’ll be not playing against each other.
Leinster has remained invincible this season i.e. they have not lost a single match this season and they will be playing against Saracens in the Champions Cup Quarter Final. Saracens are the defending champions right now. Anchor Mayanti Langer not to be a part of IPL 2020
In another Champions Cup Quarter Final, Ulster will be playing against 4 times French Champions Toulouse. Ulster will be looking to overcome from there last weekend humiliation in the Pro14 Final.
Leinster will be looking to end the season on even higher notes by winning the Champions Cup, they already have an invincible season in the Pro14 league. On the other hand, Ulster will be eyeing for the best result they ever had. Let’s see how things works out tonight.
2019-20 Rugby Champions Cup Quater Final Fixtures
Saturday, September 19th Champions Cup Fixtures
- Leinster v Saracens, kick-off 3pm, Aviva Stadium
- Clermont Auvergne v Racing 92, kick-off 5.45pm, Stade Marcel-Michelin
Sunday, September 20th Champions Cup Fixtures
- Toulouse v Ulster, kick-off 12.30pm, Stade Ernest Wallon
- Exeter Chiefs v Northampton Saints, kick-off 5.30pm, Sandy Park
How Can I Watch 2019-20 Rugby Champions Cup Quarter Finals
You can watch the Champions Cup Quarter Finals Saturday fixtures on BT Sport 3 starting from 2 PM and onwards. While the Sunday’s fixtures will be broadcasted on Virgin Media One and Channel One. However, you can watch repeat between Excter and Northampton on BT Sport 3.