Leinster will welcome reigning champions Saracens to Dublin in the pick of the Champions Cup quarter-finals.
Leinster sealed top seeding with an 18-0 win over Benetton yesterday while controversy-hit Saracens' late 27-24 victory win over Racing 92 has set up a repeat of the 2019 final, with Leinster to have home advantage at the Aviva Stadium.
Sarries dethroned then-champions Leinster 20-10 in that game but they have since been hit by relegation from the Gallagher Premiership for 2020-21 after salary cap breaches.
Ulster face a trip to Toulouse's Stade Ernest-Wallon after securing the sixth seeding as the best runner-up. The northern province beat Bath 22-15 yesterday.
Racing 92, who beat Saracens and Munster to top spot on Pool 4, will face a trip to fourth-seed Clermont Auvergne's fortress, Stade Marcel-Michelin. The winners of that game will face the winners of Leinster v Saracens in a semi-final, with Leinster guaranteed home advantage should they progress.
Second-seed Exeter Chiefs will host the other remaining English team Northampton Saints at Sandy Park, with the winners to play Ulster or Toulouse in their semi-final.
Ulster would face a trip to Exeter should they prevail but could host Northampton if both games produce shocks.
The quarter-finals will be played on the weekend of April 3-5, with dates, kick-off times, and TV coverage to be announced towards the end of this week.
QF 1: Leinster Rugby v Saracens, Aviva Stadium
QF 2: ASM Clermont Auvergne v Racing 92, Stade Marcel-Michelin
QF 3: Toulouse v Ulster Rugby, Stade Ernest-Wallon
QF 4: Exeter Chiefs v Northampton Saints, Sandy Park
SEMI-FINAL 1 - winner of QF 1: Leinster Rugby v Saracens will play the winner of QF 2: - ASM Clermont Auvergne v Racing 92
SEMI-FINAL 2 - winner of QF 3: Toulouse v Ulster Rugby will play the winner of QF 4: Exeter Chiefs v Northampton Saints
1 Leinster Rugby (winner Pool 1 – 28 points)
2 Exeter Chiefs (winner Pool 2 – 27 points)
3 Toulouse (winner Pool 5 – 27 points)
4 ASM Clermont Auvergne (winner Pool 3 – 24 points)
5 Racing 92 (winner Pool 4 – 23 points)
6 Ulster Rugby (runner-up Pool 3 – 21 points)
7 Northampton Saints (runner-up Pool 1 – 19 points)
8 Saracens (runner-up Pool 4 – 18 points)