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Anglo Welsh LV = Cup Semi-finalists confirmed


Harlequins finished on top and will play at the Twickenham Stoop

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Article Published: Sunday 3 February 2013


Now the that group matches of the Anglo Welsh LV Cup matches have been completed we can confirm the Semi-finalists in the tournament.

The Ospreys final round loss means that there will be no Welsh representation in the Anglo Welsh Cup and the champion will be an England team.

Harlequins finished on top of Pool 1 with 17 points so they will host Bath who finished on top of Pool 4 with 13 points.

Sale Sharks finished on top of Pool 2 with 15 points so they will host Saracens who topped Pool 3 after they finished with 14 points.

The Semi-finalists have now been confirmed as well as the timings and broadcast details of the Semi-finals but which team plays on which day is yet to be confirmed. ie. Harlequins could play on the Saturday or the Sunday.

Match Dates

Saturday 9th of March at Noon.
Sky Sports 1 HD
Likely - Harlequins vs Bath
Harlequins Home venue - Twickenham Stoop.

Sunday 10th of March at 12.30 pm
Sky Sports 3 HD
Likely - Sale Sharks vs Saracens
Sale Sharks home venue - Salford City stadium

NOTE : Fixtures and venues will be confirmed shortly.

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