Heineken Champions Cup Round of 16: Your ultimate guide from details of how to watch to highlights of every match

TV and live stream information as BT Sport brings you every second of the action from the knockout stages of the Heineken Champions Cup.

By Callum Davis Published: 4 April 2021 - 11.26pm

Rugby fans rejoice! European club rugby is finally back and BT Sport is the only place that you can watch every single minute of the action as the knockout stages of the Heineken Champions Cup begin with a bang.

Read on, or jump to the game of your choice, for details about how to watch or catch up with the highlights.

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Friday 2 April

Leinster v Toulon 

Match cancelled. Read the full statement from EPCR.

Gloucester 16-27 La Rochelle

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La Rochelle became the first team to book their place in the quarter-finals of the Heineken Champions Cup with an impressive victory over Gloucester at Kingsholm.

11 points from the boot of Ihaia West plus tries from Dillyn Leyds and Arthur Retiere were enough to secure victory for Ronan O'Gara's side and book a home quarter-final against Sale Sharks or Scarlets.

The result represents a fresh setback for George Skivington's Cherry and Whites who find themselves languishing in 11th in the Premiership table.

Saturday 3 April

Wasps 25-27 Clermont

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A dramatic late score from Japan full-back Kotaro Matsushima earned Clermont Auvergne a narrow win over Wasps at the Ricoh Arena.

Tries from the returning Paolo Odogwu, Josh Barrett and Ben Harris gave Lee Blackett’s side the lead, but they couldn’t hold on and Camille Lopez converted the late try to send the Top 14 side to the last eight.

Wasps were reduced to 14 men in the last minute when Zach Kibirige was sent to the sin bin for a deliberate knock-on, and the French side made their numerical advantage count in breath-taking fashion.

Munster 33-40 Toulouse

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Munster started fast but eventually succumbed to a superb second-half display from Toulouse to bow out of the Champions Cup.

Ireland international Keith Earls scored twice for the home side, but tries from Matthis Lebel, Julien Marchand and two from Antoine Dupont sent the French side through.

The four-time winners will meet Clermont next week who beat Wasps in a thriller at Ricoh Arena to progress.

Exeter Chiefs 47-25 Lyon

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Exeter Chiefs came from 14-0 down inside the opening 10 minutes to secure a thumping victory over French visitors Lyon at Sandy Park.

Chiefs were stunned by a fast start from the visitors but hit back in spectacular fashion to ensure they secured a first win of the Champions Cup campaign.

Sunday 4 April

Racing 92 56-3 Edinburgh

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Racing put on a show as they ran in seven tries to sweep past Edinburgh and into the quarter-finals.

This was despite not having star fly-half Finn Russell who was serving the first of a three-game ban following his red card in the Six Nations finale.

There was an element of revenge for several French stars from that international near miss, as club matters didn’t go quite so well for the Scots.

Jordan Joseph was the star of the show for the hosts who dominated in all departments and sent a message out to those still in the competition.

Bordeaux Begles 36-17 Bristol Bears

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European Challenge Cup winners and Premiership leaders Bristol Bears were dumped out of the Heineken Champions Cup following a heavy defeat to Bordeaux Begles.

The result means there will be five French teams in the quarter-finals for the first time in the competition's history.

Bordeaux will play Top 14 rivals and 2020 Champions Cup runners-up Racing in the last eight next weekend.

Scarlets 14-57 Sale Sharks

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Sale Sharks produced a clinical display to dismantle Scarlets on their own patch and set up a mouth-watering quarter-final against La Rochelle.

Fly-half scored 32 points as the visitors led from pillar to post in a thrilling end to the weekend.