The Euro Challenge

Glasgow head into the European Challenge Cup game at GRAN Parma intent on setting up a thrilling finale against Saracens next weekend.The Warriors are looking to claim second place at least in Pool 2 and earn a possible quarter-final place.Here, the official Warriors website guides you through the ins and outs of qualification: Each pool winner automatically qualifies for the last eight while the three runners-up with the most points will also progress. If the Warriors finish on the same points at the top of the group, the results of the games between the two sides will decide who wins the pool before most number of match points, tries and aggregate points difference in the two games comes into play. If Glasgow finish second and on the same points as a team from another pool, qualification will be decided by the number of tries scored in all group matches.If the number of tries is equal, the team with the better aggregate points difference from all pool matches will progress.If the sides are still level, the team with the fewest number of dismissals and suspensions will win through.The lottery of a coin toss will applied if the clubs can still not be separated. The current group standings can be found here: http://www.ercrugby.com/eng/176_221.phpGlasgow head into the European Challenge Cup game at GRAN Parma intent on setting up a thrilling finale against Saracens next weekend.The Warriors are looking to claim second place at least in Pool 2 and earn a possible quarter-final place.Here, the official Warriors website guides you through the ins and outs of qualification: Each pool winner automatically qualifies for the last eight while the three runners-up with the most points will also progress. If the Warriors finish on the same points at the top of the group, the results of the games between the two sides will decide who wins the pool before most number of match points, tries and aggregate points difference in the two games comes into play. If Glasgow finish second and on the same points as a team from another pool, qualification will be decided by the number of tries scored in all group matches.If the number of tries is equal, the team with the better aggregate points difference from all pool matches will progress.If the sides are still level, the team with the fewest number of dismissals and suspensions will win through.The lottery of a coin toss will applied if the clubs can still not be separated. The current group standings can be found here: http://www.ercrugby.com/eng/176_221.php