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Which team will lift the Heineken Cup trophy in Twickenham this season?

Leicester Tigers (72%)
London Wasps (28%)





 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Heineken Cup Final Highlights
The 12th Heineken Cup final took place at Twickenham Stadium in front of a record crowd of 81,076. Relive the best of the action when London Wasps defeated Leicester Tigers to become the Heineken Cup Champions.
Leicester V Scarlets
Watch the best of the Heineken Cup semi-final from Walkers Stadium when Leicester Tigers overcame the Llanelli Scarlets challenge to book their place in the 12th Heineken Cup final.
Northampton Saints V London Wasps
Watch the Sky Sports highlights from the Heineken Cup semi-final at Ricoh Arena when London Wasps defeated Northampton Saints.
Ranger Thunder Week - 14th - 22nd April 2007
Biarritz V Northampton Saints Highlights
Leicester Tigers V Stade Francais Highlights
London Wasps V Leinster Highlights
Llanelli Scarlets V Munster Highlights
Audio News
We can win treble next year - Corry
Leicester captain Martin Corry rallied his weary Leicester troops by declaring they can attack the Treble next season and now they know what they have to do.
Marsh hopes to build on Cup success
Former France centre Tony Marsh hopes his ASM Clermont Auvergne side can build on their success after lifting the Challenge Cup by beating Bath at the Stoop.
Cotter praises his cup winning troops
ASM Clermont Auvergne coach Vern Cotter was full of praise for his team after their Challenge Cup victory over Bath.
Howard disappointed in defeat
Dallaglio proud of Wasps' achievements
King on top of the world
Heineken Cup final audio preview
Dragons' joy at Heineken Cup qualification
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Dafydd James, the Llanelli Scarlets threequarter, requires just one try to become the first player to score 25 Heineken Cup tries.
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