European Champions Cup last four set for 26 September

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The European Champions Cup semi-finals will be held on 26 September, European Professional Club Rugby announced on Wednesday.

The winners of Saracens' trip to Leinster and Clermont's quarter-final with Racing will face each other at 1200 GMT a week Saturday, with either the Irish province or one of the French clubs playing at home.

The second semi-final will have the victors of Toulouse against Ulster and Exeter Chiefs versus Northampton Saints playing later in the day at 14:30.

Record four-time champions Toulouse, the Irish side or the Chiefs will host the tie.

In the second-tier European Challenge Cup one game will be on Friday,25 September and the other a day later.

All quarter-finals for the continental competitions are being held this weekend after having been rescheduled due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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