Mon 18 Dec 2017 | 07:12

VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS: All the Champions Cup action

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Mon 18 Dec 2017 | 07:12

VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS: All the Champions Cup action

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Pro14 & Top14 teams dominated once again and now lead all but one of the pools, with Bath acting as the sole Premiership representative in the quarter-final rankings as things stand.

Ulster kicked off proceedings on Friday night as they hosted Harlequins at Ravenhill. Quins fielded a weakened team, having scuppered any chance of qualification last week.

Next up, Montpellier hosted Glasgow in France. Nemani Nadolo was the star of the show once again as he gave Tommy Seymour a game he won’t forget in a hurry.

Pro14 Champions Scarlets, travelled to Treviso to pick up some points on the road and remain in contention for Pool 5 honours.

Champions of England, Exeter, were out for revenge in Dublin against Leinster. One of the most physical games of the weekend saw three HIA’s in the first 20 minutes.

An all-French affair in Pool 4 as Racing 92 hosted Castres in a must-win for both teams. Racing will go on to contest for qualification with Munster, while Castres are all but out.

Thankfully for the Premiership, Bath is still flying the flag for English Rugby. Anthony Watson was in great form as they hosted Toulon at The Rec.

La Rochelle went into their game against Wasps unbeaten, but their record didn’t remain intact as the English side ran out comfortable winners against the French Champions.

Saracens were looking to end a 6 game losing streak as they travelled to France. A strong start saw them take a 13-0 lead, before Clermont came firing back.

The penultimate game of the weekend saw Northampton travel to Swansea to face Ospreys. The game held little significance for the Saints, but Ospreys were chasing a bonus point to remain in contention of Pool 2

The final game of the weekend saw Munster travel to Welford Road to take on Leicester. Full highlights will be available shortly.

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