Pro14: Glasgow, Munster both win, Ospreys scrape past Blues
Group A leaders Glasgow Warriors won their 13th game of the season after a 40-20 win over Zebre.
Lee Jones crossed either side of half-time, with Glasgow adding to their score through Zander Fagerson, George Horne, Nick Grigg and a penalty try to secure the bonus point.
Renato Giammarioli replied to Fagerson’s early try to level the score at 7-7 early on before Jones gave Glasgow a lead that remained for the rest of the match.
Maxime Mbanda and Tommaso D’Apice scored for Zebre in the second half.
Munster stay second in Group A after a 39-13 win over Connacht.
Tries from Darren O’Shea, Andrew Conway, Keith Earls and two from Conor Murray led Munster to victory.
Connacht racked up just six points through the boot of Jack Carty until the 78th minute when Tom McCartney touched down.
Welsh clubs Cardiff Blues and Ospreys were separated by just a point, Ospreys prevailing 29-28.
Ospreys took a three-point lead into the second half and hung on by the skin of their teeth after late Blues tries from Owen Lane and Garyn Smith.
A Nick Williams try and Gareth Anscombe penalty gave Cardiff a 10-0 lead after 17 minutes but tries from Jeff Hassler, Justin Tipuric and two from Rhys Webb secured the bonus point for Ospreys.
Leinster closed the gap at the top of Group B to just two points after a 38-7 victory over Ulster.
Jordan Larmour, Fergus McFadden and Jonathan Sexton all scored twice with Barry Daly also crossing in a seven-try win.
Jacob Stockdale scored Ulster’s only consolation try in the 73rd minute.
Benetton came from behind to beat Cheetahs 27-21.
Three Fred Zeilinga penalties gave Cheetahs a nine-point lead before Monty Ioane pulled five points back before half time.
Tries from Epalahame Faiva, twice, and Federico Ruzza saw Benetton secure victory with Oupa Mohoje replying twice for Cheetahs in the second half.