A 13th day of Top 14 rich in high-flying posters.
This Thursday, Toulon easily disposed of Lyon.
This Friday evening, Toulouse receives Castres before the Ile-de-France derby this Saturday at 3 p.m.
Before that, find all the results of the multiplex this Friday.
Fixtures and Top 14 results
Ranking Top 14
Montpellier without worries
The reigning French champion had no trouble getting rid of the promoted.
At home, the MHR rolled out.
Intractable at the foot and author of a test, Louis Carbonel passed 21 points.
Opposite, Jake Mcintyre scored all of Perpignan's points.
26-10 victory for Montpellier against USAP.
A shock of the Atlantic that makes a splash
The match between Stade Rochelais and Bordeaux-Bègles disappointed.
Only one trial entered.
La Rochelle was in the lead for a long time thanks to a penalty from Pierre Popelin, before UBB came back with two drops: Maxime Lucu (46th), Tani Vili (60th).
Matthieu Jalibert, who had just entered the game, scored him a penalty (64th).
At the end of the game, Samuel Lagrange crosses the line for the first time in the match (74th).
Behind, Dillin Leyds misses the transformation and La Rochelle remains behind.
At the very end of the game, Matthieu Jalibert, with a second penalty, ensured victory for UBB.
Bordeaux-Bègles won 12-8 at La Rochelle.
A completely crazy match between Pau and Bayonne
Perhaps the least attractive of the four matches on the program, and yet.
This is the place to be for the show.
For 80 minutes, the Section and Aviron went blow for blow - sometimes literally.
Three tries to one for the Palois, but Camille Lopez took advantage of the opponent's indiscipline to pass 17 points.
Pau before however started well with two tries in seven minutes: Emilien Gailleton (2nd) and Mathias Colombet (7th).
The first named, a great 19-year-old hopeful, also offered himself a double shortly before the break (38th).
At the very end of the match, Thibault Debagna misses the winning penalty.
It was written.
22-22 between Pau and Bayonne.
Brive overthrows Clermont
ASM dominated but ended up losing to Brive.
The Auvergnats started strong with a try from the inevitable Damian Penaud after a few seconds of play (2nd).
Clermont is in the lead but sees Brive come back thanks to a try from Enzo Sanga, a few seconds after coming into play (58th).
At the very end of the match, a penalty from Anthony Belleau allows the Jaunards to regain the advantage.
But the CAB does not give up and will register the winning try... eight minutes after the siren.
Triggering a light fight.
Esteban Abadie's essay is validated.
The transformation passes.
Brive won 20-16 against Clermont.