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Sur les six poules, quelle est celle où il sera le plus difficile de se qualifier pour les phases éliminatoires de la Heineken Cup?
Poule 4 (41%)
Poule 5 (31%)
Poule 3 (11%)
Poule 1 (9%)
Poule 2 (5%)
Poule 6 (4%)
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KEY TOURNAMENT RULES

1(a) Pool Matches

Four points for a win, two points for a draw (match points). A bonus point will be earned by a team scoring four or more tries and by a team losing by seven or less points.  The six Pool winners and two best placed runners-up will qualify for the Quarter-Finals and will be decided by the following criteria:

(i) the Pool winner will be the Club with the highest number of match points earned in each Pool. The runners up will be the two second placed Clubs from all six Pools with the next highest number of points. For the Quarter-Final round, the Pool winners will be ranked 1 - 6 in terms of the number of points earned. The runners-up will be ranked 7 and 8

Clubs in the same Pool
(ii) if Clubs are equal on points and the Clubs are in the same Pool, then qualification / ranking will be based on the two matches played between the Clubs concerned:

(a) the Club which has earned the most number of match points from the two matches (four points for a win, two points for a draw and bonus points)

(b) the Club which has scored the most tries in the two matches

(c) the Club with the best points difference from the two matches

Clubs from different Pools
(iii) if still unresolved, or the teams have not played each other previously in the Pool stage, qualification/ranking will be based on

(a) the number of tries scored in all Pool matches

(b) aggregate points difference from all Pool matches

(c) the Club with the fewest number of players sent off and / or suspended in all Pool matches

(d) toss of a coin

Teams ranked 1 - 4 will have home advantage. The Quarter-Finals will be:

Team 1 v Team 8;       Team 2 v Team 7;       Team 3 v Team 6;       Team 4 v Team 5

1(b) Quarter-Finals, Semi-Finals and Final

(i) the Semi-Finals will be played at a venue designated by ERC, with the opponents in each match determined by a draw conducted by ERC. The Final will be played at a venue designated by ERC

(ii) in the event of a tie at full-time in the Quarter-Finals, Semi-Finals and Final, extra time of 20 minutes (10 minutes each way) will be played

(iii) if the result is still unresolved the winner will be decided by the following criteria:

(a) the Club which has scored the most tries in that match, including extra time

(b) place-kick competition to determine the winner

2 Eligibility of Players

(i) each club shall nominate a squad of up to 34 players. A minimum of six of the first 30 players nominated by the club must be capable of playing in front row forward positions. In addition any further players nominated up to the maximum of 34 must also be front row players. All players must, from 30th September, 2004, be fully and properly registered with their club and Union and available to play for the club from that date

(ii) a club may nominate a maximum of 22 players and a minimum of 19 players for each match.  Included amongst such players must be a minimum of five players who can play in front row forward positions and who are suitably trained and experienced.


(iii) after the completion of the Pool stages, clubs involved in the knock-out stages may nominate two additional players, in any position, and replace one of their front row players with another player who is qualified to play in a front row position. These additional players must be fully and properly registered by 10th March, 2005. Clubs must ensure that these players have not been nominated in a match squad with another club for the Heineken Cup, European Challenge Cup or European Shield tournaments during the current season. The front row player being replaced may not after such replacement participate again in the tournaments during the current season

(iv) no player may participate in the tournament whilst serving a disciplinary sanction


(v) each club is permitted a maximum of two “foreign” players in any one match squad

3 Club Colours

In the event of a colour clash, the away club will change jerseys, (or, in the case of a match played at neither club’s “home” venue the club selected to change jersey will be by toss of a coin)

4 Drug Testing

Players will be subject to drug testing under ERC procedures or as otherwise notified by ERC

5 Discipline


(i) the case of any player sent off shall be adjudicated upon by a Match Commissioner

(ii) where a player is cited by either of the clubs competing in the match, his case shall be immediately referred to the Citing Officer.  The citing must be submitted in writing and received by the Citing Officer within 50 hours of the start of the match. The Citing Officer will consider all relevant evidence (video, witness statements etc) in deciding whether the cited player has a case to answer.  After this review, if the Citing officer determines there is no case to answer, no further action will be taken. The determination of the Citing Officer will be final and binding. Should the Citing Officer decide there is a case to answer he will notify the Disciplinary Officer and the Disciplinary Officer will then bring a charge against the cited player. This case will then proceed to a Disciplinary Hearing

6 Abandonment / Postponements


(i)        decisions on whether matches abandoned should be replayed or whether the result should stand will be made by the ERC Board

(ii)        postponed matches should be played the following day

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