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Who wins the European Rugby Champions Cup 2020/2021?

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Who will win the 2020/21 European Champions Cup?

Saracens’ relegation from the English Premiership meant that they were unable to qualify for the 2020/21 European Champions Cup. The 3-time winners will be a huge miss for the tournament as their squad of superstars are set to miss out on rugby’s biggest European tournament.

2020 Finalists Racing 92 and Exeter Chiefs will both be favourites going into this tournament. Exeter Chiefs have superstars in their squad, Scotland’s Stuart Hogg and Jonny Gray are on their roster along with other big names such as Tomas Francis, Sam Simmonds and Henry Slade. Their director of rugby Rob Baxter has been at the club since 2009 and has revolutionised how they play and has improved the squad to no end.

Racing 92 are one of the biggest spenders in French rugby and have some of the biggest names in world rugby in their team. Simon Zebo, Finn Russell, Donnacha Ryan and Virimi Vakatawa are just some of the players they have at their disposal. They finished 3rd in last year’s French Top14 table and will hope to improve on that finish in 2021.

Leinster were the number 1 seed for the knockout stages of the 2019/20 European Champions Cup, however, suffered a surprise loss to Saracens in the quarterfinals 25-17. Leinster were the runaway winners in the Guinness PRO14 which was their third consecutive title. They too have a squad full of world-class talent which includes Jonathan Sexton, James Ryan, Devin Toner and Tadgh Furlong.

The European Champions Cup always throw up a few surprises and 2021 will be no different. The likes of Toulouse, Clermont Auvergne, Ulster, Northampton Saints and Scarlets could all emerge as title hopefuls if they start their campaigns successfully.

The final will take place on 22 May 2021 at the Stade Vélodrome in Marseille, some weeks before Euro 2021.