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Holders Toulon will host Leinster and Leicester travel to Clermont to take on a club unbeaten at home since 2009. Munster will host Toulouse and Saracens face a difficult trip to meet Ulster.
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Both clubs have suffered unusually difficult seasons, with visitors Toulouse in real danger of losing out on the playoffs in the French league and Munster having lost two of their last five matches, including the rivalry match with Leinster.
Toulouse fell to Toulon in league play last week but rested the bulk of their starters, and internationals such as Maxime Medard, Gael Fickou and Yoann Maestri will make their return to the starting lineup.
Yannick Nyanga and Luke McAlister are the only two question marks on the bench for the four-time cup winners.
Captain Peter O'Mahony returned to training for the hosts earlier this week and is expected to start against Toulouse, according to the Irish Times' Gerry Thornley: