Champions Cup : le programme des huitièmes de finale

Par Willy Billiard
Le demi de mêlée de Toulouse Antoine Dupont (C) court avec le ballon lors du match de la poule 2 de la Champions Cup entre le Stade toulousain (FRA) et Bath (ENG) au stade Ernest-Wallon de Toulouse, le 21 janvier 2024. (Photo by Valentine CHAPUIS / AFP) (Photo by VALENTINE CHAPUIS/AFP via Getty Images)

À l’issue de la phase de groupes, cinq des huit équipes françaises participantes ont réussi à se qualifier pour les huitièmes de finale de la Champions Cup.

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Par conséquent, les huitièmes de finale promettent des rencontres passionnantes, avec notamment un choc Toulouse-Racing. La Rochelle s’aventurera en Afrique du Sud pour affronter les redoutables Stormers, tandis que l’UBB aura un défi de taille en retrouvant les Saracens.

L’ensemble des matchs auront lieu les 5, 6 et 7 avril 2024.

  • Exeter (8) – Bath (9)
  • Bulls (6) – Lyon (11)
  • Harlequins (5) – Glasgow (12)
  • Stormers (7) – La Rochelle (10)
  • Northampton (3) – Munster (14)
  • Leinster (2) – Leicester (15)
  • Toulouse (1) – Racing 92 (16)
  • Union Bordeaux-Bègles (4) – Saracens (13)
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Exeter Chiefs
21 - 15
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Bath
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Bulls
59 - 19
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Lyon
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Harlequins
28 - 24
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Glasgow
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Stormers
21 - 22
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La Rochelle
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Northampton
24 - 14
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Munster
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Leinster
36 - 22
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Leicester
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Toulouse
31 - 7
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Racing 92
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Bordeaux
45 - 12
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Saracens
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“You want that – not hatred – but whatever it is that stirs it all up. It’s good.” Agree with this. If you can put a common motivating idea in all your players heads during a game it can produce a real Team perfromance. Erasmus is pretty expert at this. It is quite clear that the comments by Etzebeth, Allende and others were not coincidence and were actioned to create animoisty before the series in order to galvanise the South African mind set. While I understand it, I don’t like it. They result in unnessary vitriol between supporters and for what? I don’t think any of the SA players seriously believe any of these claims and with Ireland ignoring them Erasmus won’t get the escalation he seeks. The vitriol shown by some SA and indeed NZ supporters is extremely weird for NH supporters (OK, maybe England have felt it) but it just feels very odd over a sport. Ireland were more or less sh1t for the first 100 years of their rugby, they have improved significantly in the last 25 to be in a position around now (it may not last) to go into a match with the big guns with a real shot of winning. The reaction to this from some SH supporters has been bizarre with conspiracy theories of ‘Arrogance’ fueling abuse from supporters and even NZ players to Irish crowds during the world cup. I love International rugby and the comraderie between supporters. I genuinely dread and dislike the atmosphere around games with the southern giants. They take this very personally. NH teams: play them, try and beat them, enjoy the craic with their players and supporters and wish them well. SH teams wish them well and they call you arrogant in the press months later. Its just a matter of try and beat them and then good riddance til the next time.

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