Příspěvek pát 26. led 2018 5:22:42

Here’s who needs to do what to go through in the European C

England
Harlequins, Leicester and Northampton are out, Wasps and Bath are hanging on by their fingertips, reigning European champions Saracens are maybe a 50-50 bet, so the Premiership leaders Exeter have the best chance of carrying the flag of St George into the last eight. It is win or bust for Exeter in Glasgow, with Henry Slade deployed in his England position of outside centre but the effervescent Jack Nowell absent with an ankle problem. A bonus point for Exeter to finish on 19 pool points would be a significant advantage. Saracens must beat Northampton as heavily as possible and then hope enough other results – certainly including Ospreys not beating Clermont – go their way. And Sarries, lacking injured No.8 Billy Vunipola, versus a resurgent Saints suddenly feels a fair way off being a five-point gimme. Bath know they require a bonus-point win in Italy this evening, after last weekend’s battering by Scarlets at The Rec put Bath behind the Welsh region in their head-to-head. Wasps may be out of the picture by the time they kick off tomorrow afternoon. If not, and La Rochelle beat Quins as form would suggest, Wasps would need a bonus-point win over Ulster while denying the province anything to get through as a runner-up.guns of glory resources</p>

Ireland
Leinster are the only team in the competition to have secured a quarter-final place already, and now aim to book a home tie in the last eight by finishing among the four best pool winners. Munster and Ulster are well placed to join them – any kind of win for the Northern Irishmen at Wasps will put them through, although it would be as a runner-up with an away draw in the last eight, if they and La Rochelle each finish with 21 pool points.

Scotland
Winless Glasgow have long been out of quarter-final contention, so their team-sheet today reads more like a nicely-timed loosener for players with an interest in the Six Nations Championship a fortnight from now. Scotland’s Stuart Hogg, Alex Dunbar and Tommy Seymour plus Italy’s Leonardo Sarto all make comebacks from injury, while Jonny Gray and Finn Russell return after missing last week’s 55-19 loss to Leinster. Overall, a dispiriting effort by Glasgow and Treviso in Europe, in the last season in which Scotland, Italy, Ireland and Wales were guaranteed at least one team each in the Champions Cup.

Wales
A dismal record of one quarter-finalist in seven seasons will be improved upon by the Scarlets if the reigning PRO14 champions beat Toulon today, to win Pool Five. Wyn Jones, the Scarlets’ Wales loosehead prop, told i: “Toulon are always a physical side, from one to 15, but we’ve got the confidence of beating them last season, and the Bath win has given us a lot of confidence. We’ve got an expansive style but we train not to make silly offloads – to make them only on our own terms. “I was always a rugby fan as a kid, I went to watch big European games in the Stradey Park days, and I felt the same buzz when I popped into the ticket office at Parc y Scarlets this week. As a group we know this is our big opportunity. We did well in the league last year and this is the next step.” Ospreys may make it a Welsh double, and secure a first quarter-final since 2010. They must win away to last season’s beaten finalists Clermont Auvergne, who have injuries in double figures, and then hope the rest of a complex numbers game falls their way.

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