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The details of Leinster and Munster's upcoming Heineken Champions Cup quarter-finals have been announced. 

Munster's meeting with holders Toulouse will have a 3pm kick-off at the Aviva Stadium on Saturday, May 7th.

Leinster's trip to Premiership leaders Leicester will be played on the same day, with a 5.30pm start at Welford Road.

Ronan O'Gara's La Rochelle take on Montpellier in an all-French encounter at the same time at Stade Marcel-Deflandre.

The other last-eight tie will be played on Sunday the 8th of May, where Racing 92 host Sale Sharks at 3pm Irish time.

All of the Champions Cup and Challenge Cup quarters will be broadcast live on BT Sport. While the Champions Cup match between Racing 92 and Sale Sharks also going out live and free-to-air in the UK and Ireland on Channel 4 and Virgin Media.

The highest-ranked clubs which qualify for the semi-finals will have a home venue.

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Champions Cup quarter-finals (Kick offs local times):

Saturday, 7th of May - Munster Rugby v Stade Toulousain, Aviva Stadium (15.00); Leicester Tigers v Leinster Rugby, Mattioli Woods Welford Road (17.30); Stade Rochelais v Montpellier Hérault Rugby, Stade Marcel-Deflandre (18.30).

Sunday, 8th of May - Racing 92 v Sale Sharks, Paris La Défense Arena (16.00),

Semi-finals – 13/14/15 May The highest-ranked clubs from the pool stage will have home venue advantage.

SF 1: Racing 92 (A1) or Sale Sharks (A5) v Stade Rochelais (A3) or Montpellier Hérault Rugby (A7) SF 2: Leicester Tigers (B1) or Leinster Rugby (A4) v Munster Rugby (B3) or Stade Toulousain (B7),

2022 Heineken Champions Cup final: Saturday, 28 May; Stade Vélodrome, Marseille (17.45)


Challenge Cup quarter-finals (Kick offs local times):

Friday, 6th of May: Gloucester Rugby v Saracens, Kingsholm (20.00).

Saturday, 7th of May: Edinburgh Rugby v Wasps, DAM Health Stadium (12.30),

Sunday, 8th of May: RC Toulon v London Irish, Stade Félix Mayol (13.30).

Semi-finals - 13/14/15 May The highest-ranked clubs will have home venue advantage.

SF 1: Lyon (1) or Glasgow Warriors (14) v Edinburgh Rugby (3) or Wasps (12) SF 2: RC Toulon (2) or London Irish (6) v Gloucester Rugby (4) or Saracens (8).

2022 EPCR Challenge Cup final: Friday, 27 May; Stade Vélodrome, Marseille (21.00


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