Having won their first four Heineken Cup matches the Cardiff Blues have now received confirmation of their round 5 and 6 matches against Gloucester and Calvisano.
The Blues will play Gloucester at Kingsholm on Sunday 18 January with a 3.00pm kick off, then they entertain Calvisano at the Arms Park on Friday 23 January, 8.00pm kick off.
Speaking of the matches Cardiff Blues Director of Rugby David Young said, "We have put ourselves in a very good position but our job is not done yet. We want to do that in the last two matches and we are targeting a home quarter-final draw."
"I have been absolutely delighted with the results and the performances. But it can still go wrong for us. Gloucester will want to win both their matches, so we have to kick on and not leave anything to chance."
Tickets for both matches will be available by calling the ticket office on 029 2030 2030
Sun 18 Jan Pool 6 Gloucester RFC v Cardiff Blues 15:00 Kingsholm
Fri 23 Jan Pool 6 Cardiff Blues v Calvisano Rugby 20:00 Arms Park
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