“We’ve got a good recent record there in the league, there’ll be a good crowd in and the pitch is always in great nick. We’re going down there to play some rugby, looking to finish our season on a real positive. ”Sale Sharks vs Bristol BearsSaturday 4 June, 3pmSale need a minor miracle to attain a top four place with a bonus point win against an on-the-beach Bristol Bears. Faf de Klerk captains his final game for the hosts before heading to Japan. Lood de Jager, Rohan janse van Rensburg and Simon Hammersley are also set to say goodbye to the AJ Bell in their final match for Sale.
”More from Rugby UnionGloucester vs SaracensSaturday 4 June, 3pm – Coverage from 2. 30pm on BT Sport 1Saracens are guaranteed a home semi but Gloucester can still sneak into the top four if Northampton slip up. Ben Meehan, Jack Singleton and Jordy Reid all return to the Cherry and Whites’ starting XV, while Saracens give bench opportunities to academy players Theo Dan, Cameron Boon and Josh Hallett. George Skivington said of the task facing his Gloucester side: “We expect a very good team to come here on Saturday. They were very good a few weeks ago when they came here and we’ve played them both home and away already so we know each other well.
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Leicester v Bath kick-off time, live stream and TV channel info plus team newsLeicester Tigers have made a sweeping 13 changes as they welcome Bath to Welford Road in round 15 of the Gallagher Premiership. Bath head into the clash three points off fourth place after their bonus-point 34-17 win over London Irish last Saturday, while the Tigers are 11th in the table following a 26-13 defeat to Exeter in the restart. What time is Leicester Tigers v Bath kick-off? Leicester Tigers v Bath kicks off at 4.
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“They are a squad in a semi-final next week, who’ve not played for a while, so we’re bracing ourselves for what is coming. “For us, it’s a great opportunity to go out there and show what we’re about. We’ve done a fair bit of talking these last few weeks during some of our reviews and now it’s time to see who will ‘walk the walk’. ”Harlequins are cemented in third, giving Tyrone Green and Aaron Morris back three starts after their injury returns.
James Gaskell and Jimmy Gopperth return to start their final games for Wasps. Paolo Odogwu returns to the wing as Charlie Atkinson and Dan Robson continue at fly-half and scrum-half respectively. For the hosts, Ben Youngs and George Ford are the half-backs. Tigers head coach Steve Borthwick said of the visitors: “Wasps are a really difficult team, with a great balance of power, speed and very, very good players pulling the strings. “They beat us earlier this season and have improved since then to be a better side now. “It will be a big challenge on Saturday afternoon at Mattioli Woods Welford Road.
Freddie Steward Bath: 15. Anthony Watson, 14. Semesa Rokoduguni, 13. Jonathan Joseph, 12. Cameron Redpath, 11. Ruaridh McConnochie, 10. Rhys Priestland, 9. Ben Spencer; 1. Lewis Boyce, 2. Tom Dunn, 3. Will Stuart, 4. Josh McNally, 5. Charlie Ewels (capt), 6. Tom Ellis, 7. Sam Underhill, 8. Taulupe Faletau. Jack Walker, 17.
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Ben White (capt); 1. Nephi Leatigaga, 2. Jake Kerr, 3. Joe Heyes, 4. Tomás Lavanini, 5. Blake Enever, 6. George Martin, 7. Luke Wallace (vice-capt), 8. Thom Smith. Replacements: 16. Charlie Clare, 17. Ryan Bower, 18. Dan Cole, 19. Cameron Henderson, 20. Jordan Coghlan, 21. Jack Van Poortvliet, 22. Tom Hardwick, 23.
Worcester and Bath battle for the last Challenge Cup spot in round 26 of the PremiershipThe race for the Gallagher Premiership semi-final spots has gone to the last day, with Northampton Saints, Gloucester and technically Sale Sharks capable of seizing the final top four spot. At the other end of the table, there is a fascinating shootout between Bath and Worcester Warriors for the last European Challenge Cup spot. All the matches are set to kick-off at 3pm on Saturday, and it should be an entertaining final day of top-flight rugby. Here’s all you need to know about this weekend’s six matches. Exeter Chiefs vs HarlequinsSaturday 4 June, 3pmExeter now cannot make the semi-finals and are relatively assured of Champions Cup rugby, as Jack Nowell returns to the wing to see that job home. Director of rugby Rob Baxter said he was preparing for a tough clash: “We’re expecting them to come out flying at us, ” he said.
30pm on Saturday, August 22, at Welford Road. What TV channel is Leicester v Bath on? Leicester v Bath is being shown on BT Sport 3 and Ultimate. What about live streaming? BT Sport customers can live stream the match via the website or app. What's the team news? Leicester boss Steve Borthwick has made a grand 13 changes to the Tigers line-up for their first of two home games in five days. George Worth and Thomas Lavanini retain their places, while lock Blake Enever, centre Guy Porter and wing Harry Potter make debuts in a side skippered by Ben White. As for Bath, Cameron Redpath gets his first start at centre after an impressive debut off the bench last week, replacing Josh Matavesi who is among the replacements.
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“Sarries are an extremely well-oiled machine. A very good team with some world class players in there. We know it’ll be extremely tough and we experienced that a couple of weeks ago. ”Lewis Ludlam will captain the Saints in their search for a semi-final against Newcastle Falcons (Picture: Getty Images)Northampton Saints vs Newcastle FalconsSaturday 4 June, 3pmCaptain Lewis Ludlam will make his 100th appearance as Saints seek to secure a semi-final. It’s in their hands, needing only a win, not a bonus point against Newcastle opposition likely to earn European Challenge Cup rugby. The visitors see Sean Robinson return to second-row, replacing Philip van der Walt, who sustained an ACL injury against the Tigers. Falcons head coach Dave Walder said: “All the pressure is on Northampton, it’s basically a free hit for us and we’re looking forward to it, ” he said.
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