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Leicester moved temporarily top of Pool 3 on Saturday thanks to an emphatic 47-8 victory over Viadana at Welford Road.
Munster are in pole position to finish top of Pool One in the Heineken Cup after their 44-7 thrashing of Treviso on Saturday.
Ulster moved level on points with Stade FranÃ§ais at the Pool 4 summit on Friday thanks to a 21-13 victory over Edinburgh.
Glasgow moved off the bottom of Pool 2 on Friday with an entertaining 29-25 Heineken Cup victory over the Dragons at Firhill.
Ulster have named their side that will run out to face old rivals in a vital Heineken Cup fixture at Ravenhill this Friday.
Munster coach Tony McGahan has named a side along the expected lines for Saturday's clash with Treviso at the Stadio Comunale di Monigo.
Leicester welcome back local hero Sam Vesty for his first start of the season in Saturday's Heineken Cup tie against Viadana.
Biarritz can confirm their place in the quarter-finals with a Pool Two victory at struggling Gloucester on Saturday.
Clermont have named a frighteningly strong XV to take on the Ospreys for what is arguably the biggest game of Round Five.
Harlequins will send their first choice XV to Toulouse on Sunday for their Heineken Cup clash at Stade Ernest Wallon.
Pool 4 pace-setters Stade FranÃ§ais will be hoping to all-but seal their progression into the Heineken Cup knockout stages against Bath.
Heineken Cup holders Leinster will be craving a bonus-point victory over basement side Brive at the RDS on Saturday.
Five London Irish players in the England and Saxons squad are included in the team for Sunday's Heineken Cup match with Scarlets.
Cardiff Blues face a must-win clash in Saturday's Anglo-Welsh Heineken Cup tie at home to Sale Sharks.
Glasgow fly-half Ruaridh Jackson will pull on the number ten jersey for Friday's Heineken Cup clash with the Dragons at Firhill.
The Lions are still in the hunt for a Currie Cup semi-final spot after hammering Boland 88-15 at Ellis Park on Saturday, scoring 13 tries.
Western Province continued on their fine run of form by beating the Sharks 21-9 in Durban to move top of the Currie Cup table.
The Lions put in a dominating 20-13 effort to deny the Blue Bulls the opportunity to move second in the Currie Cup table on Saturday.
The Griquas' hopes of making the Currie Cup semi-finals took a knock on Saturday as they slumped to a 58-13 drubbing at the hands of the Cheetahs in Kimberley.
The Sharks host Western Province but the Cheetahs' visit to Kimberley could have a larger impact on the Currie Cup season.