Rampant Ospreys earn home quarter-final, injury scare for Giles
Ospreys secured a home European Challenge Cup quarter-final in style on Sunday, maintaining their perfect record in Pool 2 with a 47-7 thrashing of Lyon at the Liberty Stadium.
Steve Tandy's side started slowly against opponents struggling in the Top 14 and missing a number of their leading players, but dominated the second half to secure a fifth bonus-point win from as many European matches this term.
Seven different players crossed for Ospreys, with Dan Biggar converting all but one of the tries.
The only downside for the hosts was an injury to Keelan Giles that saw the young Wales winger limp off in the first half with an apparent hamstring problem to provide a concern for club and country ahead of the upcoming Six Nations.
Lyon can no longer qualify for the last eight as a result of their third defeat in five games.