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LIVE@!!* Champions Cup 2020 Live Stream Free Rugby Match
September 26 at 8:00 am – 5:00 pm EDT
Champions Cup 2020 Live Stream Free Rugby Match: Which teams play against whom in the semi-finals of the Champions Cup, will be decided during the Swiss Men’s League match HC Rychenberg Winterthur and SV Wiler-Ersigen on 26th of September starting at 6pm. The pairings will be drawn in the AXA Arena during the first break. The draw can be watched live on the IFF YouTube Channel.
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There is little doubting that Exeter Chiefs are going to win the Premiership this season. It’s also the first time that Exeter have managed to reach the semi-finals of the European Champions Cup. This came after Exeter put in a convincing performance to beat Northampton 38-15. Northampton were suffering from a fair share of injury concerns, but they put in a battling performance to hold Exeter to a slender 14-10 lead at half time. But in the end Exeter were simply too powerful with excellent tries from the likes of Jack Nowell and Jacques Vermeulen.
All of this mean that Exeter had finally made the semi-finals of the European Champions Cup after six previously failed attempts. Exeter fans will still be feeling the pain when they narrowly missed out in 2016 thanks to Jimmy Gopperth’s last minute conversion for Wasps.
Hopes are high that Exeter will be able to sweep aside Toulouse on Saturday. But this French team will be difficult to beat. Toulouse made light work of opponents Gloucester, Montpellier and Connacht in Pool 5 and claimed six wins out of six games. As such many of the award-winning bookmakers featured at betting resources will give more favourable odds for Toulouse to win than many rugby fans would have expected. This is especially true as the French team destroyed Ulster 36-8 in the quarter-finals. With top wingers like Cheslin Kolbe in great form, and the expertise of Thomas Ramos, it’s clear that this is going to be no easy game for Exeter.
But the thought of getting to play Saracens in the European Champions Cup final will certainly cause Exeter to raise their game. Saracens are the current holders of the title after their triumph over Leinster in the 2019 final. Interestingly Saracens powered past Leinster again in this year’s quarter final.
This thrilling game saw Saracens emerging triumphant with a 25-17 win despite a very impressive fightback from Leinster. Saracens were winning the game 22-3 at half-time thanks to tries from the likes of Alex Goode. But Leinster never gave up, and the game was brought to a nerve-wracking conclusion with scores from Jordan Larmour and Andrew Porter. But with Alex Goode’s last minute penalty, Saracens managed to book their semi-final appearance against Racing 92.
Racing 92 beat their fellow French team Clermont Auvergne in their quarter final appearance. With impressive tries from the likes of Francois Trinh-Doc and Louis Dupichot, Racing 92 never really looked like losing. Plus any team with the likes of Scotland’s Finn Russell in the line-up is clearly going to take some beating. Saracens will also have to watch out for the Irish international Simon Zebo who looks to have successfully overcome his recent foot injury.
Much has been made of the fact that Racing 92 are bankrolled by the billionaire Jacky Lorenzetti, but the French team could have what it takes to embarrass Saracens. Racing 92 managed to make it to the final of the 2018 European Champions Cup, but lost out to Leinster.
While Racing 92 and Saracens both pose a big threat to Exeter’s cup ambitions, it is ultimately the team’s trophy to lose. The club have been in phenomenal form all season, but they have had a notorious reputation for losing their nerve in big games. The fact that Exeter lost Premiership finals to Saracens in 2016, 2018 and 2019 doesn’t bode well. Plus it’s worth remembering that Exeter also lost their only prior Champions League knockout match against Wasps in the last minute in 2016. But whatever happens, it’s sure to be a fascinating day of rugby.Champions Cup – Follow the Rugby match between Racing 92 and Saracens live with Eurosport. The match starts at 14:00 on 26 September 2020. Our live coverage lets you follow all the key moments as they happen.
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Head-to-head: see historical stats and visit our detailed profiles for Racing 92 vs Saracens. Get all the latest on Rugby: fixtures, results and tables.When fit, there’s no harder man in domestic rugby than he towering Saracens flanker Michael Rhodes. If there’s a player that defines playing on the edge, it’s the big man from KwaZulu Natal. He is a monster in close quarter battles, a lineout banker and a guy that simply intimidates any hapless attacker that wanders aimlessly within his reach.
A reputation for cheap shots follows Rhodes, and the collective Saracens hearts would have been beating hard as their back-row was cited for a headbutt on Robbie Henshaw this past week. Nevertheless, video evidence proved inconclusive and the flanker is able to resume his role on the blindside this weekend.
This is a massive lift for Sarries. No player works harder, provides such peerlessly clean ball from the lineout and no jumper pressures the opposition throw quite like Rhodes.
If there’s any weakness in his game, his ageing legs tend to struggle on wet, energy sapping grounds when the ball is on the muddy floor, a place where his notorious back issues and height makes him difficult to be effective. But on the indoor pitch at La Défense, the world’s finest sporting shopping centre, the conditions are perfect for the former Stormer to dominate – both in collision and in aerial combat.
His personal battle with French international flank Wenceslas Lauret for Racing 92 is one that may very well define the game and, given the form of Rhodes, we’re backing him to put in a definitive performance to take Sarries to the final.The best women’s and men’s teams from Switzerland, Sweden, Finland and the Czech Republic will be playing for the title at the Champions Cup on 9 and 10 January, 2021, in Winterthur: SV Wiler-Ersigen (men) and Piranha Chur (women) from Switzerland, IBF Falun (men) and Pixbo Wallenstam (women) from Sweden, Classic (men) and Porvoon Salibandyseura (PSS women) from Finland and Technology Florbal Mladá Boleslav (men) and 1. SC TEMPISH Vítkovice (women) from the Czech Republic.