Heineken Cup: Check out our pundits' video analysis of Week Two

Last Updated: 21/10/13 5:53pm

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Toulouse edged out Sarcens at Wembley on Friday night - but that wasn't the only close cracker on the second weekend of Heineken Cup action.

The clash between Scarlets and Racing Metro finished all square in Llanelli after the visitors' Wenceslas Lauret's last-gasp try was ruled out, while Cardiff Blues earned a hard-fought four-point win over Toulon.

There were more comfortable victories for Leicester, Leinster and Connacht, though, while Ulster delighted their fans with a 25-8 win in Montpellier.

The Sky Sports cameras were there every step of the way - and will be all the way through to May's final at the Millennium Stadium - and our pundits have devoted time to analysing the European humdingers.

So, as early signs start to emerge of which sides will be challenging for the coveted trophy, check out what our experts had to say about some of the big games...

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Northampton 27-16 OspreysStuart BarnesVIDEO
Scarlets 26-26 Racing MetroScott QuinnellVIDEO
Cardiff 19-15 ToulonPat SandersonVIDEO
Leicester 34-3 Benetton TevisoMatt PerryVIDEO
Saracens 16-17 ToulouseStuart BarnesVIDEO

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