Both Willis brothers start in the back row while Charlie Atkinson will continue to excite at fly-half. Dan Biggar starts here at 10 for Saints, having announced he will leave at the end of the year, continuing his thriving partnership with the in-form scrum-half Alex Mitchell. Tommy Freeman’s free-scoring form looks set to continue here, too. Teams Wasps: 15 Jacob Umaga, 14 Paolo Udogwu, 13 Burger Odendaal, 12 Ryan Mills, 11 Josh Bassett, 10 Charlie Atkinson, 9 Dan Robson; 1 Robin Hislop, 2 Gabriel Oghre, 3 Vincent Koch, 4 Joe Launchbury (c), 5 Kiran McDonald, 6 Nizaam Carr, 7 Jack Willis, 8 Tom Willis; Replacements: 16 Dan Frost, 17 Rodrigo Martinez, 18 John Ryan, 19 Tim Cardall, 20 Ben Morris, 21 Will Porter, 22 Will Haydon-Wood, 23 Immanuel Feyi-Waboso Northampton Saints: 15 George Furbank, 14 Tommy Freeman, 13 Matt Proctor, 12 Fraser Dingwall, 11 Ollie Sleightholme, 10 Dan Biggar, 9 Alex Mitchell; 1 Alex Waller, 2 Sam Matavesi, 3 Paul Hill, 4 Lukhan Salakaia-Loto, 5 Alex Moon, 6 Alex Coles, 7 Lewis Ludlam (c), 8 Sam Graham; Replacements: 16 Robbie Smith, 17 Ethan Waller, 18 Alfie Petch, 19 David Ribbans, 20 Juarno Augustus, 21 Tom James, 22 Rory Hutchinson, 23 Courtnall Skosan Prediction: Northampton by 11 Newcastle Falcons v SaracensSunday 9 October, 3pm kick-offAn unchanged side for the Falcons who stopped Bristol at home last weekend and hope for a similarly strong showing against tough opposition who appear to be playing a more free-flowing game than in previous years.
Anthony Watson is also very likely to make his first appearance at Welford Road as a Tiger from the bench. For Sale, Bevan Rodd makes his first start of the campaign and Raffi Quirke returns to the bench for the first time since April in a promising sign for the Sharks and England. A tough result to predict, but Sale are in foreboding form, so one would think it’d be close. Teams Leicester Tigers: 15 Freddie Steward, 14 Harry Potter, 13 Matt Scott, 12 Jimmy Gopperth, 11 Nemani Nadolo, 10 Freddie Burns, 9 Richard Wigglesworth, 1 James Cronin, 2 Julián Montoya, 3 Dan Cole, 4 Harry Wells, 5 Calum Green, 6 George Martin, 7 Hanro Liebenberg (c), 8 Jasper Wiese; Replacements: 16 Charlie Clare, 17 Nephi Leatigaga, 18 Joe Heyes, 19 Eli Snyman, 20 Olly Cracknell, 21 Jack van Poortvliet, 22 Phil Cokanasiga, 23 Anthony Watson Sale Sharks: 15 Joe Carpenter, 14 Tom Roebuck, 13 Sam James, 12 Manu Tuilagi, 11 Tom O’Flaherty, 10 Robert du Preez, 9 Gus Warr; 1 Bevan Rodd, 2 Akker van der Merwe, 3 Nick Schonert, 4 Cobus Wiese, 5 Jonny Hill, 6 Jono Ross, 7 Tom Curry (c), 8 Jean-Luc du Preez; Replacements: 16 Ewan Ashman, 17 Simon McIntyre, 18 Coenie Oosthuizen, 19 Josh Beaumont, 20 Sam Dugdale, 21 Raffi Quirke, 22 Sam Hill, 23 Arron Reed Prediction: Leicester by six More from Rugby UnionWasps v Northampton SaintsSunday 9 October, 3pm kick-off, coverage from 2pm on BT Sport 1Vincent Koch makes his first appearance for the hosts, who will no doubt have watched this week’s proceedings at Sixways with concern over the possibility of a shared fate, and of course empathy.
It should be a cracking game and it’s anyone’s for the taking. Teams Bristol Bears: 15 Charles Piutau, 14 Toby Fricker, 13 Piers O’Conor, 12 Sam Bedlow, 11 Rich Lane, 10 Callum Sheedy, 9 Harry Randall; 1 Ellis Genge, 2 Will Capon, 3 Kyle Sinckler, 4 John Hawkins, 5 Joe Joyce, 6 Chris Vui, 7 Jake Heenan (c), 8 Magnus Bradbury; Replacements: 16 Jake Kerr, 17 Jake Woolmore, 18 Max Lahiff, 19 Ed Holmes, 20 Dan Thomas, 21 Tom Whiteley, 22 AJ MacGinty, 23 Jack Bates Exeter Chiefs: 15 Stuart Hogg, 14 Jack Nowell, 13 Henry Slade, 12 Rory O’Loughlin, 11 Olly Woodburn, 10 Joe Simmonds, 9 Jack Maunder; 1 Alec Hepburn, 2 Jack Yeandle (c), 3 Harry Williams, 4 Jannes Kirsten, 5 Jonny Gray, 6 Jacques Vermeulen, 7 Christ Tshiunza, 8 Richard Capstick; Replacements: 16 Lukę Cowan-Dickie, 17 Josh Iosefa-Scott, 18 Patrick Schickerling, 19 Ruben Van Heerden, 20 Dave Ewers, 21 Sam Maunder, 22 Harvey Skinner, 23 Solomone Kata Prediction: Exeter by 5 Bath v GloucesterSaturday 8 October, 3pm kick-off, coverage from 2.
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Newcastle Falcons head coach Dave Walder alluded to as much: “The lads showed great attitude and intensity last Friday in beating Bristol, and the challenge now is to do it on a more consistent basis. “It’s no secret that Saracens are a class side, and you can’t fail to have been impressed by what they delivered last weekend in beating Leicester.
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“They look to be playing more rugby at times rather than going to their kick-chase game, but they’ve got both in their armoury and will test us in different ways. ”Marco Riccioni is back at prop for the visitors after 10 months out the game, so will be chomping at the bit, and Theo McFarland also continues in fearsome form. Max Malins starts, having announced he will be off to Bristol at the end of the season.
More from Rugby UnionHere’s all you need to know about this weekend’s matches:Bristol Bears v Exeter ChiefsFriday 7 October, 7. 45pm kick-off, coverage from 7pm on BT Sport 1The first of two West Country derbies in which the Bears hope to bounce back from their relative 30-15 humbling at Kingston Park last weekend. How to watch Premiership rugby Live stream: BT games can be stream on the BT Sport app or website for existing TV subscribers, or pay £25 for a monthly pass; for PRTV games, you can watch all three games for £6. 99 or by individual matches for £4. 99Highlights: Sunday 18 September, 10. 45pm, ITVBoth teams won their first three games of the campaign, and seek a return to winning ways after a disappointing weekend, as Chiefs’ director of rugby Rob Baxter was keen to highlight: “Over the years we’ve had some great games against Bristo.
30pm on BT Sport 2A West-Country derby in which Bath hope the home crowd at the Rec can spur them to a first win of the season. Ollie Robinson will take to the field for his first start as a Bath player following the liquidation of Worcester. He’ll play outside his former England U20 partner Cameron Redpath (now a Scotland international) and Piers Francis who starts at fly-half. For Gloucester, Giorgi Kveseladze makes his first start of the season, replacing Chris Harris, also of Scotland, at outside centre. Teams Bath Rugby: 15 Matt Gallagher, 14 Joe Cokanasiga, 13 Ollie Lawrence, 12 Cameron Redpath, 11 Gabriel Hamer-Webb, 10 Piers Francis, 9 Louis Schreuder; 1 Juan Schoeman, 2 Tom Dunn (c), 3 Will Stuart, 4 Dave Attwood, 5 Quinn Roux, 6 Tom Ellis, 7 Miles Reid, 8 Nahum Merigan; Replacements: 16 Niall Annett, 17 Arthur Cordwell, 18 Aranos Coetzee, 19 Ewan Richards, 20 Richard de Carpentier, 21 Max Green, 22 Orlando Bailey, 23 Will Butt Gloucester: 15 Lloyd Evans, 14 Louis Rees-Zammit, 13 Giorgi Kveseladze, 12 Mark Atkinson, 11 Santiago Carreras, 10 Adam Hastings, 9 Ben Meehan, 1 Val Rapava-Ruskin, 2 Santiago Socino, 3 Fraser Balmain, 4 Freddie Clarke, 5 Matias Alemanno, 6 Ruan Ackermann, 7 Lewis Ludlow, 8 Albert Tuisue; Replacements: 16 Jack Singleton, 17 Ciaran Knight, 18 Jamal Ford-Robinson, 19 Cam Jordan, 20 Jordy Reid, 21 Charlie Chapman, 22 Jack Reeves, 23 Jonny May Prediction: Gloucester by 5 Leicester Tigers v Sale SharksSaturday 8 October, 3pm kick-offJoe Carpenter of Sale Sharks, here celebrating a try against Exeter Chiefs last weekends, is set to start at full back against Leicester Tigers (Picture: Getty Images)Springbok 10 Handre Pollard is not present for the hosts after limping off 27 minutes into last weekend’s contest, Freddie Burns will start here in his place, wth Julian Montoya and Jasper Wiese back from The Rugby Championship to strengthen the Tigers.
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In all of them, results have gone either way. Right now, you’ve got two teams who are at the top end of the table and both of whom will be pushing hard to get a result. “What we need to do – and we’ve spelt this out to the boys this week – is go there and put in a big, emotional performance. I’m sure Pat [Lam] will be saying the same to his team. Like ourselves, Bristol will have been frustrated with their result last weekend up at Newcastle, so we have to be ready to come out of the blocks firing and meet the challenge they throw down head on. ”Captain Jack Yeandle returns at hooker for the visitors with Jack Nowell on the wing, while Toby Fricker returns from injury for the Bears with Ellis Genge, Harry Randall and Charles Piutau back in the fold.
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i's guide to Premiership rugby round 5 - team news, fixtures, predictions and TV detailsThe fifth round of Premiership rugby beckons, somewhat overshadowed by the liquidation of Worcester Warriors and the termination of the contracts of staff working at the club. Some players have already moved to other clubs, but many remain without clubs and the financial situation at Wasps also remains of great concern. Harlequins will have no fixture this weekend, having been due to play the Warriors, and prior results featuring Worcester have been written off. Round four results Newcastle Falcons 30-15 Bristol BearsLondon Irish 47-38 Bath RugbySale Sharks 28-20 Exeter ChiefsSaracens 51-18 Leicester TigersHarlequins 35-29 Northampton SaintsRound five features two exciting West Country matchups, as well as some returning international players keen to make their mark on the Premiership once again.
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