BATH RUGBY boosted by return of fit-again duo

bath rugbyFit-again Josh McNally is set to make his return to action when Bath Rugby tackle Sale Sharks away in their first Premiership match of 2023 tonight, 1945ko.

The 32-year-old forward featured three times at the beginning of the season before injuring his shoulder. After almost four months of rehabilitation with the club’s medical team, McNally has been named in the second row alongside Dave Attwood.

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EXETER CHIEFS season-defining six weeks

Exeter Chiefs Master LogoExeter Chiefs Director of Rugby Rob Baxter has underlined the importance of the next six weeks for his side, describing the period as season-defining.

Today the Chiefs welcome Northampton Saints for the first of four home games in five weeks.

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GLOUCESTER RUGBY Six changes to starting XV

Gloucester Rugby logoIt's all change for fifth placed Gloucester at home to ninth placed London Irish today at Kingsholm (1500ko).

Head Coach George Skivington has made six changes to the Cherry & Whites starting XV defeated 28-13 by Leicester Tigers at Welford Road on Christmas Eve.

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BATH RUGBY Skipper Spencer back in starting XV

bath rugbyBath's head of rugby Johann van Graan has made four changes for the Blue, Black and White’s final Premiership match of 2022 against Newcastle Falcons today at the Rec (1500ko).

Max Ojomoh comes into the centre to partner Ollie Lawrence while captain Ben Spencer, fresh from extending his stay at the club, is reinstated at scrum-half.

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EXETER CHIEFS Team news and gameday preview

Exeter Chiefs Master LogoTis the day before Christmas and two heavyweights of the English Rugby scene are ready to lock horns in the Gallagher Premiership at Sandy Park today (1500ko).

Exeter Chiefs will welcome local rivals Bath Rugby to Devon for this festive cracker in Round 13 looking to build on what has been an impressive run of form over the past month.

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BATH RUGBY Bayliss set for 100th appearance

bath rugbyJosh Bayliss is set to make his 100th Bath Rugby appearance at Exeter Chiefs today (1500ko).

The 25-year-old came all the way through the club’s pathway, debuting for the senior side in 2016, and has gone on to become an integral member of the squad, as well as a full international for Scotland.

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