Thanks for joining us this weekend - next week it is the final round of the pool stages! Toulon are the only guaranteed team to qualify so far but 11 sides are still in the running to join them in the quarter-finals.
Ospreys 9-20 NorthamptonThat sums up Ospreys night as they look to finally create their try but Eli Walker loses it. That's it - Northampton become the first team to beat Ospreys at home this season!
It is all over in Paris - a 53-7 win for Racing Metro over Treviso
Ospreys 9-20 NorthamptonStrong running from Ashley Beck but Saints defence is not giving an inch!
Ospreys 9-20 NorthamptonA final chance for Ospreys as they win another penalty and hoof for the corner.
Ospreys 9-20 NorthamptonSome really positive rugby here from the ospreys but centre Josh Matavesi loses the ball forward as he takes it into contact.
Ospreys 9-20 NorthamptonOspreys into the Sainst 22 after they were penalised for going off their feet. Strong running from them almost see them over but Saints defence stands firm. Dmitri Arhip just short with his charge.
Meanwhile Racing Metro are nearly up to the half century - it's 48-7 against Treviso.
Ospreys 9-20 NorthamptonMyler's first penalty hits the post and then bounces off a ospreys boot and James King picks it up - he is off side so it is another penalty for Saints right in front of the posts! Myler extends the lead for Saints.
Ospreys 9-17 NorthamptonThey hang on though and then win a penalty as Saints hold on in the tackle - George North reads the kick to perfection though and runs it back!
Ospreys 9-17 NorthamptonSaints have a scrum just inside Ospreys 22 - the home side under huge pressure here!
Ospreys 9-17 NorthamptonOspreys look to build something and have an attacking lineout - but they knock it on!
Ospreys 9-17 NorthamptonWebb in a bit of trouble in his own 22 and tries to get away from a chasing Manoa by stepping back to his own try line - he tries to clear but it's charged down and Saints have an attacking scrum!
Ospreys 9-17 NorthamptonHe was definitely short though and the ref goes back to the lineout.
Ospreys 9-17 NorthamptonSainst forwards are really getting the upper hand here - they are really pummel;ling the line and Alex Waller looks to be over, the ref is on the other side though but after it goes through a few more phases and then goes out, he asks the TMO to have a look at it.
Ospreys 9-17 NorthamptonOspreys looking to build but there is another knock-on - this time Ashley Beck - they really cannot afford to make these mistakes when they are on attack.
Racing Metro currently 24-0 up against Treviso
Ospreys 9-17 NorthamptonWe are back for the second half as Stephen Myler gets us underway
Ospreys 9-17 NorthamptonOspreys will not be happy that they have not taken the chances that have come their way - Saints have and that has been the difference in the first 40 minutes.
Ospreys 9-17 Northampton
Myler adds the extras and Ospreys find themselves eight behind.
Ospreys 9-15 Northampton
Tipuric knocked on for Ospreys and gave North a chance he was always going to grab.
Try! George North has sped away and surely sealed a Northampton victory.
Ospreys 9-10 Northampton
That's four minutes of Pisi's yellow card gone, and Saints haven't paid for it yet.
With a man disadvantage, Saints are happy to slow the pace and keep the ball.
Massive hit! George Pisi is yellow carded for a late challenge and Biggar kicks three points for Ospreys.
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Ospreys 6-10 Northampton
Good work in the Ospreys maul, they've then kicked to the corner.
Saints are penalised for fouling James King and Biggar will kick to the corner.
Ospreys respond positively, they've made some ground in Northampton's half.
A Myler penalty stretches the lead to four points.
Ospreys 6-7 NorthamptonDan Biggar is able to narrow the gap with his second penalty after Saints fail to roll away at the tackle.
Ospreys 3-7 NorthamptonTRY! Ospreys have a scrum and have to get it out of their quickly - however wood charges the clearance kick down and it is anyone's ball - Calum Clark is first to it and scores for Northampton. A quick check with the TMO for offsides and it is given. Myler converts.
Ospreys 3-0 NorthamptonSaints still on attack through George Pisi who runs through several ospreys tackles -the home side really need to make those first time tackles!
Ospreys 3-0 NorthamptonPenalty for Saints - who go for the corner and will look to get their powerful driving maul going.
Ospreys 3-0 NorthamptonA great passage of play from both sides - Foden is turned over and the Ospreys go through with Evans, who puts the little grubber in knowing there is no fullback. North gathers for Saints feeds Ken Pisi, who runs it back again. Another turnover and the Ospreys are off but it's called back for a forward pass - bad news for Saints fans as Ben Foden is off injured.
Ospreys 3-0 NorthamptonA clever cross field kick from Myler for Luther Burrell to chase but Daniel Evans has that well covered!
Ospreys 3-0 NorthamptonGreat break mid-field from Os[preys flanker Justin Tipuric who is finally brought down by Foden. Saints scrambling back and are all over the place - Eli Walker offside and concedes a penalty! Biggar gives Ospreys the lead.
Ospreys 0-0 NorthamptonSaints looking to put pressure on their hosts in their 22 - but they are penalised for holding on and Dan Biggar sends a monster touch finder - he's really pumped up for this game!
Ospreys 0-0 NorthamptonThat is unnecessary from Ospreys centre Ashley Beck who holds onto George Pisi and is penalised for it.
Ospreys 0-0 NorthamptonOspreys looking to put Saints under pressure - they have a line out just outside Northampton's 22 but it s an overthrow and Saints run out of trouble.
Ospreys 0-0 NorthamptonAnd we are off - George North takes the kick off and looks to attack straight away.
Ospreys skipper Alun Wyn Jones reaction to their loss against Northampton in round 2
Northampton will need to keep the pressure on Racing with a win at the Liberty Stadium over third-place Ospreys. Ospreys are unable to top the pool but theoretically can still qualify through a runner-up place if they claim 10 points form the next two matches.
Dan Evans, 14 Aisea Natoga, 13 Ashley Beck, 12 Josh Matavesi, 11 Eli Walker, 10
Dan Biggar, 9 Rhys Webb; 1 Marc Thomas, 2 Scott Baldwin, 3 Aaron Jarvis, 4
Rynier Bernardo, 5 Alyn Wyn Jones (c), 6 James King, 7 Justin Tipuric, 8 Tyler
Replacements: 16 Sam Parry, 17 Gareth
Thomas, 18 Dmitri Arhip, 19 Morgan Allen, 20 Sam Lewis, 21 Martin Roberts, 22
Sam Davies, 23 Hanno Dirksen.
Northampton Saints: 15 Ben Foden, 14 Ken
Pisi, 13 George Pisi, 12 Luther Burrell, 11 George North, 10 Stephen Myler, 9 Lee
Dickson; 1 Alex Waller, 2 Dylan Hartley (c), 3 Gareth Denman, 4 Sam Dickinson,
5 Christian Day, 6 Tom Wood, 7 Calum Clark, 8 Samu Manoa.
Replacements: 16 Mike Haywood, 17 Ethan
Waller, 18 Alex Corbisiero, 19 Phil Dowson, 20 Teimana Harrison, 21 Joel Hodgson,
22 James Wilson, 23 Jamie Elliott.
Next up we have Ospreys v Northampton - top of the PRO12 against top of the Premiership - it should be some clash!
Here's how Sky Bet have priced up the handicap markets on the 17:30 starts, with Racing Metro given a whopping 30-point deficit given the fact they're 1/500 to beat Treviso (33/1). Bet on Rugby Union here.
Toulouse 18-35 BathIt is all over in Toulouse - George Ford rubs the salt into the home sides wounds with a last minute penalty to give them a superb win!
Connacht 24-33 ExeterThe home side looking to end this game with another try but Exeter turn them over and it's all over. A very good win for Exeter who are into the quarter-finals.
Connacht 24-33 ExeterHealy on the attack for Connacht once again - he just can't link up with Henshaw though!
Connacht 24-33 ExeterConnacht win a penalty at the scrum - we didn't see that coming but Darragh Leader pulls it just wide.