The EPCR have finalised the details for the upcoming Heineken Champions Cup quarter-finals, that see three of the Irish provinces.
Munster will travel to BT Murrayfield for the first of three quarter-finals on Saturday, March 30, following their hard-fought win over Exeter last weekend. Kick off there is 12.45pm and the game will be broadcast live on Channel 4, Virgin Media, BT Sport, and BeIN SPORTS.
Next up is the clash of Saracens and Glasgow in Allianz Park, Barnet. That Champions Cup quarter-final will kick off at 3.15pm.
An eye-catching fixture for Irish rugby fans will see Ulster travel to the Aviva Stadium to face reigning champions, Leinster at 5.45pm.
The all-Irish clash will be live on BT Sport and BeIN SPORTS.
On Sunday, March 31, second place seeds, Racing 92 take on four-time winners, Toulouse, at Paris La Defense Arena. Kick-off is 3.15pm.
The semi-finals will take place the weekend of April 19/20/21 with the decider scheduled for Saturday, May 11 in St James Park, Newcastle.
Meanwhile, in the Challenge Cup, Connacht will be action on Friday, March 29 against Sale Sharks at the AJ Bell Stadium at 7.45pm, and the following evening, Worcester Warriors are up against three-time tournament winners, Harlequins, at Sixways.
On Sunday, 31 March, Bristol Bears face a demanding task when they travel to Stade Marcel Deflandre to take on La Rochelle, and later that evening, Stade Marcel-Michelin will be at boiling point for the meeting of No 1-ranked ASM Clermont Auvergne and Northampton Saints.
Champions Cup quarter-finals:
Saturday, March 30
Edinburgh v Munster, BT Murrayfield, 12.45pm.
Saracens v Glasgow, Allianz Park, 3.15pm
Leinster v Ulster, Aviva Stadium, 5.45pm
Sunday, March 31
Racing 92 v Toulouse, La Defense Arena, 3.15pm