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The 22 Heineken Cup semi-finals played so far have been watched by 568,510 fans - an average attendance for each of those semi-finals of 25,841....read more facts.
• The 2003 / 2004 semi-finals had the greatest combined attendance of 82,500 when the ties were played at Lansdowne Road (Munster v London Wasps, 48,500) and at Stade Chaban-Delmas in Bordeaux (Toulouse v Biarritz Olympique, 34,000).
• That Munster v London Wasps attendance is the tournament record for a semi-final.
• The only semi-final requiring extra time was the 1998 all-French clash between Toulouse and Brive. Toulouse lost that one on a try count.
• The 2006 / 2007 semi-finalists have a total of eight previous semi-final appearances between them. The tally is made up of Leicester Tigers (four), Llanelli Scarlets (two) and London Wasps and Northampton Saints (one each).
• Irish referees Alain Rolland and Alan Lewis are no strangers to semi-final action. Rolland will be refereeing his third semi-final and Lewis his second.
• The highest score in a semi-final has been the 37 points scored by Leicester Tigers against Toulouse in 1997 and the 37 points scored by London Wasps against Munster in 2004.
• The biggest winning margin has been 27 points, when Toulouse beat Swansea 30-3 in 1996.
• Two clubs have scored five tries in a semi-final, Leicester Tigers against Toulouse 1997 and London Wasps against Munster in 2004.
• Only one of the 22 semi-finals has failed to produce a try - Biarritz Olympique's 18-9 win over Bath Rugby in San Sebastian a year ago.