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Northampton to beat Leinster (13:00 GMT, Saturday)
Northampton and Leinster currently sit at the top of Pool 1 in the European Champions Cup after campaigns which have left us very impressed. Nine points apiece and a +21 and +14 points difference for Leinster and Northampton respectively means they are seven clear of Benetton in third as they look to secure a place in the knockout-stages of the competition. Leinster come into this one as favourites, but the Saints will be buoyed by their 36-13 hammering of Leicester at home at the weekend, while the English side have won six of their seven games in all competitions this season along with four from four at home. Leinster will give them one hell of a battle but we feel Northampton are worth the risk, especially with the value the home side offer.
Ulster -11 to beat Harlequins (15:15 GMT, Saturday)
Ulster have looked good so far in the Champions Cup as they maintained their impressive record of two wins from two this season. Their recent 29-5 mauling of the Scarlets at home was a very strong performance, while they come into their third Champions Cup game off the back of a vital 18-13 win over Clermont in round two. Harlequins meanwhile arrive still very much in the mix with a win and four points from two matches, but they were completely outclassed in their opener as they were destroyed 53-21 by Clermont in France. They bounced back with a 15-9 with over Bath, but we worry about their away form, with the side losing all three of their away games in all competitions this season.
Saracens to beat Munster (17:30 GMT, Saturday)
In quite possibly the clash of the round we get to witness a more full strength Saracens side travelling to take on a Munster outfit looking to show they are real contenders to win the competition this year. An under-strength Saracens side were outclassed 30-10 by Racing in France before they bounced back with a fine 44-3 win over the Ospreys at Allianz Park, while they looked back to normal in a powerful 25-12 victory at the Rec against Bath at the weekend. Munster meanwhile also boast a single win after beating the Ospreys before they were held to an exhilarating 21-21 draw by Racing at Thomond Park in their second match. Munster have looked very good in Conference B of the Pro14 with five wins in seven leading them to the top of the table, but we quite fancy Sarries now their squad is being filled out with their best players again, especially at the price they offer.
Exeter -4 to beat Sale (15:15 GMT, Sunday)
Exeter have so far looked unstoppable in their Champions Cup group as they attempt to make it out of Pool 2. Two wins from two has seen the Chiefs claim bonus point wins over Glasgow and La Rochelle meaning they have a five point lead over next opponents Sale in second. The Sharks have picked up one win in their European campaign this year as they beat La Rochelle 25-15 at home in a very good performance, but they have looked anything beat unbeatable this year in England with two wins from five so far. In this one we feel that the familiar surroundings will help Exeter as it will feel like something of a league game, with Exeter looking like the best team in England right now.