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Heineken Cup quarter-final schedule confirmed
ESPN Staff
January 27, 2014

The schedule for the Heineken Cup quarter-finals have been announced and will take place on the first weekend of April.

Saturday April 6 will have three games throughout the afternoon, with Munster and Toulouse kicking off the action at Thomond Park, before last year's runners-up Clermont take on Leinster in France. Premiership leaders Saracens' trip to Ulster will round off the day's action.

The quarter-finals will be rounded off on Sunday April 7 by reigning champions Toulon, whose defence of their European crown continues with the visit of Leinster to Stade Mayol.

Saturday 5 April

Munster v Toulouse, Thomond Park (13.30) Clermont v Leicester, Stade Marcel-Michelin (17.00 local; 16:00 GMT) Ulster v Saracens, Ravenhill (18.30)

Sunday 6 April

Toulon v Leinster, Stade Félix Mayol (17.30 local; 16:30 GMT)

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