Leinster v Toulouse Heineken Champions Cup semi-final on? Kick off time, TV details and live stream
Leinster will be backed by over 30,000 fans at the Aviva Stadium for their Heineken Champions Cup showdown with reigning champions Toulouse.
The URC top dogs won three of their Pool A clashes before progressing to the knockout rounds where they comfortably swept aside Connacht and Gallagher Premiership table-toppers Leicester.
The Irish unit are favourites to win the Heineken Champions Cup but their opposition simply don't know how to roll over as proven by last year's heroic triumph.
Toulouse, who sit sixth in the Top 14, are an outside bet to defend their trophy but will take great heart from last year's result and the scalps they have already claimed in this tournament.
The French side defeated Ulster by a single point over two legs in the Round of 16 before squeezing past Munster via the dreaded penalty shootout after a 24-24 draw.
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They are the two most successful teams in the competition's history, with defending champions Toulouse having won it five times, and Leinster looking for their fifth title
A place in the Heineken Champions Cup final is on the line as Leinster welcome Toulouse to the Aviva Stadium this afternoon.
They are the two most successful teams in the competition's history, with defending champions Toulouse having won it five times, and Leinster looking for their fifth title.
The bookies make Leinster the favourites on home soil after ruthlessly dispatching Leicester Tigers at Welford Road last time out.
Theirs is a team full of experience at this level and they don't have to jog their memories far to the 2019 when they ran out 30-12 winner over's today opposition.
But Toulouse have been nothing but dogged in the competition this year. Antoine Dupont's 75th minute try in Belfast saw them edge out the province 50-49 on aggregate after two absorbing legs.
And it was even tighter in their semi-final against Munster. Having trailed for much of the match, they brought the game to extra-time and then a place-kicking shootout, which saw them win on the Irish soil once again. If they are to lift this year's Heineken Champions Cup they will have to win on Irish soil on three successive occasions.
The match is set to kick off at 3pm at the Aviva Stadium. The fixture will be shown live on BT Sport 1, and you can also follow it all right here on Irish Mirror Sport.
Toulouse head coach Ugo Mola has already labelled Leinster as the 'best team in Europe' ahead of this clash.
But, with the scalps of Ulster and Munster under their belt, don't expect Toulouse to be steamrolled this afternoon.
The French side have made three changes to the starting 15 deployed against Munster.
Cyril Baille and Anthony Jelonch come into the pack with Juan Cruz Mallia replacing Dimitri Delibes on the wing.
Leinster are looking to reach the final for the first time since 2019, and Leo Cullen has kept faith with the lineup that started at Welford Road.
It is hard to find a weakness in their team, with the back row, especially, of Caelan Doris, Josh van der Flier and Jack Conan, arguably one of the best in the world.
It all promises to be a thrilling match!
Leinster: Keenan, J. O'Brien, Ringrose, Henshaw, Lowe, Sexton, Gibson-Park, Porter, Kelleher, Furlong, Molony, Ryan, Doris, van der Flier, Conan.
Replacements: Sheehan, Healy, Ala'alatoa, McCarthy, Ruddock, McGrath, R Byrne, Frawley.
Toulouse: Ramos; Mallia, Fouyssac, Ahki, Lebel; Ntamack, Dupont; Baille, Marchand, Aldegheri, Arnold, Meafou, Elstadt, Cros, Jelonch.
Replacements: Mauvaka, Neti, Ainu'u, Tekori, Tolofua, Flament, Page-Relo, Holmes.