The Champions Cup field has been trimmed from 20 to 8 after this past weekend of action which saw Northampton, Ulster, and Saracens secure quarterfinal places with victories.
Leinster's solid 18-0 win over Benetton completed a perfect run through pool play and sees the men from Dublin take the #1 overall seed in the knockout phases.
Exeter took down La Rochelle with a convincing 33-14 win to finish pool play with 5 wins and 1 tie to claim the #2 overall seed.
Toulouse nabbed a bonus point victory at home over Gloucester, but their 35-14 win wasn't good enough to overtake Exeter on points difference, so they get the #3 overall seed.
Clermont's tough 26-19 win against Harlequins at the Stoop was enough to lock down a home quarterfinal with the #4 seed.
Racing 92 was in good position to host a quarterfinal, until a late Owen Farrell penalty kick broke the deadlock and saw Racing fall 27-24. They get the #5 seed, meaning they've got to travel to Clermont in the quarters.
Ulster had a real gritty run through pool play, and its unspectacular 22-15 win over the weekend at the Kingspan against Bath got them through to the quarters with the #6 seed. They'll travel to unbeaten Toulouse for that fixture.
Northampton got exactly what it needed on Saturday, a bonus point 36-24 win against Lyon seeing them through to the quarterfinals. They head to Sandy Park to take on Exeter.
Lastly, the Saracens put aside their off-the-field woes to buckle down and win a massively important game at home against Racing 92. Despite Will Skelton's red card, the Sarries persevered and won, setting them up for a trip to Leinster for the quarterfinals.