The European competition that has two South African teams already has dates and duels to start defining the new champion.
Dates 14 and 15 will be played in two consecutive weeks and the following will be for the semifinals and final.
Despite the dates and duels being set there is uncertainty about what will happen to Cheetahs and Southern Kings, the South African teams that make up the tournament. This is due to the current global pandemic and what the South African government will decide.
Date 14 will be played between Friday August 21 and Sunday August 23 and will have the duels of: Benetton Rugby v Zebre, Scarlets v Cardiff Blues, Edinburgh v Glasgow Warriors, Leinster v Munster and Ospreys v Dragons.
While day 15 will be played between Friday 28 and Sunday 30 of the same month. Duels between: Glasgow Warriors v Edinburgh, Dragons v Scarlets, Ulster v Leinster, Munster v Connacht, Cardiff Blues v Ospreys and Zebre v Benetton Rugby.
The semifinals will take place the weekend of September 5 and 6 and the grand finale will be on September 12.