Pro12: Who needs what on the final weekend?

Leinster celebrate winning the 2014 Pro12 title
Leinster celebrate winning the 2014 Pro12 - the fourth time they have lifted the trophy
Guinness Pro12: Super Saturday
Treviso v Scarlets; Connacht v Ospreys; Glasgow v Ulster; Munster v NG Dragons; Edinburgh v Leinster; Blues v Zebre. Kick-offs: 15:00 BST
Coverage: Scrum V Live, 14:45 BST on BBC Two Wales, HD, Red Button, the BBC Sport app, Connected TV and the BBC Sport website and live text on the BBC website.

BBC Sport takes a look at who needs to do what in the final round of Pro12 fixtures in the race for the title and European Champions' Cup qualification.

The last six matches of the regular season all have something riding on them.

BBC Wales Sport online will be running a live text page on all the action as it unfolds from 14:30 BST on Saturday 16 May.

Here's our quick guide of what's at stake for each team.

Pro12 Top Six

Connacht v Ospreys

A win will probably be enough to earn leaders Ospreys a home draw in the Pro12 play-offs, but they need a bonus point to be absolutely sure. Connacht have an outside chance of sixth place if they win and Scarlets lose in Treviso, otherwise they are relying on Leinster beating Edinburgh and a place in the Champions Cup play-off against Gloucester.

Glasgow v Ulster

Only a bonus-point win over Ulster will guarantee a home semi-final for the Warriors regardless of the Ospreys and Munster results. Ulster need a bonus point win to have a chance of a home draw. Glasgow have won all their home matches in the Pro12 so far this season.

Treviso v Scarlets

Victory or a draw would be enough for the Scarlets to secure automatic qualification for the European Champions Cup. Even if they lose, it may still be enough depending on how Connacht and Edinburgh get on. A win for the home side would also seal their entry into Europe's premier club cup competition.

Pro 12 Play-off roulette
The teams that finish first and second in the table will play at home in the play-off semi finals - first v fourth, and second v third. No-one has ever won a semi-final away from home since the introduction of the play-offs.
Pro12 bottom six

Munster v Dragons

Victory of any kind for the Irish province will give them a chance of finishing in the top two, depending how Ospreys and Glasgow get on in their matches.

Cardiff Blues v Zebre

Cardiff will finish 10th in the table whatever the result against bottom side Zebre. But if the Italians repeat last season's victory at the Arms Park and Treviso lose, then Zebre will represent their country in next season's European Champions Cup.

Edinburgh v Leinster

Edinburgh need a bonus point win to stand any chance of breaking into the top six and qualify for the European Champions Cup automatically against 2014 champions Leinster who on paper have nothing to play for. Like Connacht, there is also the possibility of a European play-off against Gloucester for the Scottish team.

Pro12 European qualification
Guaranteed: One place each for the top teams from Ireland, Italy, Scotland and Wales
Then: The next three highest-placed teams in the table.
Plus: The next highest-placed team to enter a play-off with the seventh-placed team in England's Aviva Premiership for the right to play the seventh-highest team in France's Top 14 for a place in the Champions' Cup.
The rest: Will play in the European Challenge Cup

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