Dublin could host both Heineken Cup semi-finals
April 3, 2014
The Aviva Stadium could be in for a busy April 26 and 27 © Getty Images
Dublin's Aviva Stadium could host back-to-back Heineken Cup semi-finals if Ulster and Leinster win their respective quarters this weekend.
Tournament organisers European Rugby Cup Ltd has confirmed the logistics for the semi-finals, which will take place on April 26 and 27, ahead of the last eight this weekend. If Ulster beat Saracens, they will play the winner of Clermont's game against Leicester in Dublin. If Saracens are triumphant, their semi-final will be at Twickenham.
In the other half of the draw, If Toulon down Leinster, their semi-final against the winners of Munster or Toulouse will be at the 41,000 capacity Stade Velodrome in Marseille. On the other hand, If Leinster beat Toulon the semi-final will be in Dublin.
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