2) Agen with 4 match points
3) Viadana with 4 match points
4) Grenoble with 3 match points
5) Beziers with 4 match points
6) Montpellier with 4 match points
7) Connacht on +5 points difference
8) London Irish with 4 match points
9) Pau with 4 match points
10) Clermont Auvergne with 4 match points
11) The Borders with 4 match points
12) Saracens with 4 match points
13) Rugby Parma on +2 points difference
14) Brive on +16 points difference
The two lucky losers who remain in the European Challenge Cup tournament are
Cetransa El Salvador on -2 points difference (agg 46-48 v Rugby Parma) and Narbonne on -5 points difference (agg 46-51 v Connacht).
A draw was made before the start of the tournament for home advantage in the First Leg of Round 2 and the First Leg fixtures, to be played on the weekend of 3 / 4 / 5 December, are:
Lucky Loser v Match 1) Narbonne v Sale Sharks
2 v 3) Agen v Viadana
5 v 4) Beziers v Grenoble
7 v 6) Connacht v Montpellier
9 v 8) Pau v London Irish
10 v 11) Clermont Auvergne v The Borders
13 v 12) Rugby Parma v Saracens
14 v Lucky Loser) Brive v Cetransa El Salvador
The Second Leg of Round 2 - the reverse fixtures - will be played on the weekend of 10 / 11 / 12 December.
A draw for who plays who in Round 1 of the European Shield - and who has home advantage in the First Leg - will be made in Dublin tomorrow (Monday, 1 November).
The 12 teams who took part in Round 1 of the European Challenge Cup and now competing in the European Shield will be:
They will be joined by Bucuresti, Lisboa Rugby Club, UCM Madrid and Bera Bera in the Round 1 draw.