Heineken Cup: Check out our pundits' video analysis of Round Four

Last Updated: 17/12/13 10:18am

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The Heineken Cup is back with a bang.

On Friday Cardiff claimed back-to-back Heineken Cup victories over Glasgow with a battling 9-7 success at Scotstoun Stadium to go three points clear at the top of Pool 2.

Whilst in Pool 1 fly-half Dan Biggar kicked Ospreys to a 21-12 victory over Castres - their first Heineken Cup win of the season - with seven penalties out of seven at the Liberty Stadium.

Saturday saw some excellent fixtures including Leinster v Northampton, Saracens v Zebre and Toulon v Exeter and our panel rounds up all the results in Heineken Cup Extra which you can watch below.

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 click on the links below for bite-sized reflection of some of the games...

Glasgow 7-9 CardiffQuinnell & HastingsVIDEO
Ospreys 21-12 CastresShaun EdwardsVIDEO
Heineken Cup ExtraWallace & QuinlanVIDEO

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