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The European Rugby competitions are set to conclude with the finals of the Champions and Challenge Cup to be played in London.
On Friday the Challenge Cup final is played between Leicester Tigers and Montpellier. On Saturday the Champions Cup final will be between French teams Toulouse and La Rochelle.
The final of the 2021 Super Rugby Aotearoa competition will be played on May 8.
With the last games to be played the finalists have already been decided, with the Crusaders to play the Chiefs in Christchurch. The Crusaders will be defending the title they won last year.
Wales has won the 2021 Six Nations Championship after Scotland beat France 27-23 in Paris.
France needed a bonus point win and a margin of 21 points or more to overhaul the Welsh but they never got clear of the Scotland team on the scoreboard.
Despite a red card to Finn Russell the Scots scored a try in the 85th minute to win the game.
The draw for the 2 European Rugby competitions has been made with both competitions having a Round of 16 to be played on the weekend of April 2/3/4.
Following those matches another draw will be made for the Quarter-Finals.
The two teams to play in the final of the abbreviated Pro 14 have been found, even with 2 rounds left to play.
With the restrictions forced on the competition due to COVID-19 and other competitions, there are no play-offs in 2020/21. The top 2 teams from each pool go straight to the final. This means that Leinster and Munster will meet in Dublin for an all Ireland final on March 27.
The 2021 Six Nations Championship is due to start on February 6, just 3 months after the belated finish to last years championship.
There will be interest in how teams will go after their performances last year and also whether the COVID-19 situation will affect the games.