Defending champions Saracens have progressed to the quarter-finals of this season’s European Champions Cup.
Mark McCall’s side qualify as the third-best second-place team and face a tough away tie at top-seeds Leinster.
Saracens are the only English side to have progressed to the knockout stages.
|European Champions Cup 2017-18 quarter-final line-up|
|Leinster v Saracens|
|Scarlets v La Rochelle|
|Munster v Toulon|
|Clermont Auvergne v Racing 92|
|Ties to be played between 29 March-1 April|
La Rochelle, Clermont, Leinster, Munster and Scarlets all won their pools, with Scarlets becoming the first Welsh region to qualify for the competition’s quarter-finals in six years.
Toulon, Racing and Saracens go through as the three best second-placed sides.
Leinster are the only side still unbeaten in this season’s competition, but will have to see off holders Saracens to make the semi-finals, with Scarlets hosting competition debutants La Rochelle at Parc y Scarlets.
Munster’s reward for thrashing Castres is a home tie against three-time winners Toulon, with an all-French clash between Clermont and Racing rounding off the quarter-final line-up.
The quarter-finals will take place between 29 March and 1 April.