The Champions Cup quarter-finals have thrown up a repeat of last year's decider as Leinster are to be re-united with Saracens following the conclusion of the pool phase this afternoon. 

Elsewhere, Ulster are set for a trip to Toulouse following the latter's victory over Gloucester in the south of France this afternoon. 

Saracens, whose relegation from the Gallagher Premiership at the end of the season was confirmed yesterday, defeated Racing 92 in Allianz Park's this afternoon, Owen Farrell's late penalty giving the hosts a 27-24 victory. 

This, combined with Gloucester's away defeat to Toulouse, meant Saracens qualified for the quarter-final as the eighth seeded team. Their reward is an away game against top-seeded Leinster in the Aviva Stadium.

Toulouse's 35-14 win over Gloucester means Ulster have to make the daunting trip to Stade Ernest-Wallon for the quarter-final. 

The other quarter-finals see all-French and all-English affairs as Clermont Auvergne host Racing 92, while Exeter Chiefs are at home to Northampton Saints. 

EPCR confirmed this evening that the quarter-finals are to be played the weekend of 3/4/5 April. 

If Leinster win they will play the winner of the ASM Clermont Auvergne v Racing 92 tie in Dublin in a semi-final. 

Champions Cup quarter-finals  

Leinster v Saracens, Aviva Stadium
Exeter Chiefs v Northampton Saints, Sandy Park
Toulouse v Ulster, Stade Ernest-Wallon
Clermont Auvergne v Racing 92, Stade Marcel-Michelin