The EPCR have confirmed Leinster's Heineken Champions Cup quarter-final date and kick-off time.

After a weekend off, owing to a positive test in the Toulon squad, Leo Cullen's side will play Exeter Chiefs on Saturday 10 April at Sandy Park (5:30pm). On the same evening Ulster will play Northampton Saints in the Challenge Cup quarter-final at Franklin's Gardens (8pm) after their big win over Harlequins on Sunday.

The eastern province's last game was their victory over Munster in the final of the Guinness Pro14 last month at the RDS. They are on the only team from the old Celtic League to make it to the last eight of the competition.

They last won Europe's premier rugby club competition in 2018, losing out to English opposition, in those cases Saracens, in the following year's final as well as 2020's quarter-final.

Elsewhere next weekend it's Ronan's O'Gara's La Rochelle vesus Sale Sharks in the first game on Saturday. While Sunday will see Bordeaux-Bègles host Racing and Munster's conqueror's Toulouse go to Clermont.