Edinburgh will go to Bordeaux again in the quarterfinals of the European Challenge Cup. They lost 32-17 in France earlier this month. Image: Getty Images

The organizers of the European Professional Club Rugby have announced the dates of the last eight clashes in both the Challenge Cup and the Heineken Champions Cup.

Edinburgh has been taken away to Bordeaux and the game will begin at 20.15 GMT.

The game will be shown live on BT Sport.

It means a return to Stade Chaban-Delmas for Richard Cockerill’s team who lost 32-17 in a game of billiards earlier this month.

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The teams had previously drawn at BT Murrayfield in Pool 3. Bordeaux won the group, with Edinburgh finishing second.

The winners of the Bordeaux-Edinburgh draw will play a home semifinal against Bristol Bears or Dragons.

Challenge Cup quarter-finals (All kick-offs local time)Friday April 3rdQF 1: RC Toulon v Scarlets, Stade Félix Mayol (21.00) France 4 / beIN SPORTS / BT SportSaturday 4th AprilQF 2: Leicester Tigers v Castres Olympique, Welford Road (12.45) BT Sport / beIN SPORTS QF 3: Bordeaux-Bègles v Edinburgh Rugby, Stade Chaban-Delmas (21.15) beIN SPORTS / BT SportSunday 5th AprilQF 4: Bristol Bears v Dragons, Ashton Gate Stadium (12.45) BT Sport / beIN SPORTSSemi-final 1 – QF 1 winner: RC Toulon v Scarlets will play QF 2 winner: Leicester Tigers v Castres OlympiqueSemi-final 2 – winner of QF 3: Bordeaux-Bègles – Edinburgh Rugby will play the winner of QF 4: Bristol Bears – Dragons (matches to be played on 1/2/3 May)

Heineken Champions Cup quarter-finals (All kick-offs local time)Saturday 4th AprilQF 4: Exeter Chiefs against Northampton Saints, Sandy Park (15.15) BT Sport / beIN SPORTSQF 2: ASM Clermont Auvergne v Racing 92, Stade Marcel-Michelin (16.15) beIN SPORTS / France 2 / BT SportQF 1: Leinster Rugby v Saracens, Aviva Stadium (17.45) BT Sport / beIN SPORTSSunday 5th AprilQF 3: Toulouse v Ulster Rugby, Le Stadium (16.15) France 2 / beIN SPORTS / BT Sport / Channel 4 / Virgin MediaSemi-final 1 – QF 1 winner: Leinster Rugby v Saracens will play QF 2 winner: ASM Clermont Auvergne v Racing 92Semi-final 2 – winner of QF 3: Toulouse – Ulster Rugby will play the winner of QF 4: Exeter Chiefs – Northampton Saints (Matches to be played on 1/2/3 May)


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