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2013 Heineken Cup Quarter finalists confirmed


Harlequins finished as the top seeds for the quarter finals

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Article Published: Sunday 20 January 2013


Following the conclusion of the Group stages in the Heineken Cup on Sunday the qualifiers and their rankings for the Heineken Cup quarter-finals have been confirmed.

The teams who have qualified for the Quarter finals are :

1 Harlequins
2 ASM Clermont Auvergne
3 Toulon
4 Saracens
5 Ulster Rugby
6 Leicester Tigers
7 Montpellier (Best Pool runner-up)
8 Munster Rugby (Second best Pool runner-up)

The quarter-final matches, to be played on the weekend of 5, 6, 7 April, are:

(1) Harlequins v Munster Rugby (8)
(2) ASM Clermont Auvergne v Montpellier (7)
(3) Toulon v Leicester Tigers (6)
(4) Saracens v Ulster Rugby (5)

The three Heineken Cup pool runners-up who have qualified for the 2012/13 Amlin Challenge Cup quarter-finals are:

1 Leinster Rugby (Third best Pool runner-up)
2 Toulouse (Fourth best Pool runner-up)
3 Biarritz Olympique (Fifth best Pool runner-up)

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