Connacht will take on Gloucester in the Challenge Cup quarter-final, but will be on the road should they prevail and reach the last four.

Kieran Keane’s side completed an unbeaten pool stage at the Sportsground when they put 50 points on Oyonnax and will take on the Premiership side on the final weekend of March, with dates and times to be confirmed later this week.

Newcastle Falcons or Brive await the winners, and regardless of who prevails there, Connacht will be playing away if they get past Gloucester.

The Challenge Cup final takes place in Bilbao on Friday, 11 May.