It may not have all the glitz and glamour like the Heineken Cup, but the Amlin Challenge Cup is still a trophy, and one that many take seriously - including the semi-finalists who clash this weekend.
The first all-English encounter took place on Friday night, with Northampton Saints beating Aviva Premiership playoff contenders Harlequins 18-10 at Franklin’s Gardens on Friday night.
Tom Collins and Kahn Fotuali'i scored the tries for the Saints, with fly-half Stephen Myler adding the other points with his boot. Nick Easter scored the only try for Quins, with Ben Botica notching the extras along with a single penalty. However, his other misses proved pivotal on a night that failed to deliver on its potential.
Saints will meet either Bath or London Wasps in the final, and they clash at Adams Park Stadium on Sunday.
Cardiff Arms Park will hold the showpiece event on Friday, 23rd May, so without further ado, here's a look at the last two teams battling for a place in that final.
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