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Where To Watch Leinster Vs Saracens: Champions Cup TV Details

Where To Watch Leinster Vs Saracens: Champions Cup TV Details

Leinster vs Saracens takes place this weekend in the quarter-finals of the Champions Cup. The game is a repeat of last year's final which saw the English side prevail 20-10.

Leinster will be seeking revenge for that game while Saracens will be gunning to end's Leinster's incredible unbeaten record this season.

This weekend's game takes place on Saturday, September 19th at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin.

What channel is Leinster vs Saracens on?

The game is live on BT Sport 3. Their coverage begins at 2:30pm.

On Monday night, Virgin Media One and Virgin Media Sport will have highlights of all four quarter-finals, including the Leinster game.

What time does Leinster vs Saracens kick off?
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The game kicks-off at 3pm.

Who is the referee for the game?

The game will be officiated by Pascal Gauzère from France while his assistant referees will be George Clancy and Joy Neville, both from Ireland. Olly Hodges is the television match official.

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11 May 2019; Referee Jérome Garcès awards a Leinster try scored by Tadhg Furlong during the Heineken Champions Cup Final match between Leinster and Saracens at St James' Park in Newcastle Upon Tyne, England. Photo by Ramsey Cardy/Sportsfile

Pool Positions
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Leinster finished top of Pool 1 with 28 points while Saracens finished second in Pool 4 with 18 points.

The other Champions Cup quarter-finals on this weekend

The other quarter-finals this weekend see Clermont Aubergne play Racing 92 at 6:45pm on Saturday; Toulouse play Ulster at 1:30pm on Sunday, and Exeter play Northampton at 5:30pm on Sunday.

The Toulouse vs Ulster game will be live on Virgin Media One on Sunday with their coverage from the Stade Ernest Wallon beginning at 12pm. Joe Molloy will be joined in studio by Shane Jennings and Alan Quinlan with Darren Cave joining Dave McIntyre on commentary.

Photo by Brendan Moran/Sportsfile

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