Leinster will meet holders Saracens in the quarter-final of the Heineken Champions Cup on Saturday 4 April, it has been confirmed.

The Aviva Stadium will host a repeat of last season's final in which the English champions beat the Irish province 20-10 in Newcastle. 

Kick-off between the competition's winners from the last two years is at 5.45pm. 

The sides also met at the quarter-final stage in the same venue in 2018 when Leo Cullen's side won and later went on to claim their fourth Champions Cup title. 

Leinster won six pool games from six to qualify as first seed, while Mark McCall's side claimed the final spot courtesy of victory over Racing 92. 

Ulster, meanwhile, who qualified as one of the best runners-up meet Toulouse at Le Stadium at 3.15pm on Sunday 5 April. 

Exeter Chiefs will host Northampton at Sandy Park on the Saturday with a 3.15 kick-off, while the all-French meeting of Clermont and Racing 92 takes place at the same time. 

Should Leinster win their clash against Sarries, who will be relegated from the Premiership after breaching salary cap regulations in the current season, they will meet the winner of the Clermont-Racing tie, in a semi-final in Dublin on 1/2/3 May. 

Dan McFarland's Ulster would face off against the Chiefs or the Saints should they overcome Toulouse. 

The final will take place in Stade Vélodrome, Marseille on 23 May.