CHIEFS TEAM NEWS Pumas prop Exeter debut today

exeter ChiefslogoArgentinian international prop Enrique Pieretto makes his first start for Premiership pacesetters Exeter Chiefs at London Irish today (1430).

Chiefs director of rugby Rob Baxter has been forced to change his winning formula with England prop Harry Williams suspended following his red card against Saracens.


WESTCOUNTRY DERBY Gloucester vs Bath team news

Gallagher Premiership logoGloucester Rugby make injury-enforced changes to their starting line-up for today's Westcountry Premiership derby at home to Bath Rugby at Kingsholm, 1500ko.

Jason Woodward features for the first time since mid-November and will play at full-back with Tom Marshall moving to the right wing. Ollie Thorley returns on the left wing, Billy Twelvetrees in midfield.


BEARS TEAM NEWS Fit-again Thomas back to face Tigers

Bristol Bears light logoBack row forward Dan Thomas returns from injury in one of five changes to Bristol Bears starting XV at Leicester Tigers today, 1300ko.

Harry Randall and Will Hurrell come into the Bears backline while Alapati Leiua switches to the wing.


SW RUGBY Nine West players in England U20s elite squad

england rugby1England men U20s head coach Alan Dickens has named his 32-man Elite Player Squad for the 2020 campaign.

The squad includes eight players already capped at U20s level, with Exeter trio Richard Capstick, Rusiate Tuima and scrum half Sam Maunder returning for a second year.


TEAM NEWS Rokoduguni wings back in for Bath

bath rugbySemesa Rokoduguni returns to the Bath Rugby starting XV for tonight's home game against Exeter at the Rec (1945)

Will Stuart and Jamie Roberts join the winger in the home starting XV as Bath seek to bounce back from their opening 43-16 derby mauling by Bristol Bears.


Scotland star Hogg set for Exeter and Premiership debut

stuart hogg  stevo 2Scotland's World Cup full back Stuart Hogg is selected to make his eagerly-anticipated Exeter Chiefs Premiership debut tonight at Bath (1945ko).

It will be Hogg’s first introduction to the Gallagher Premiership, but Chiefs director of rugby Rob Baxter is confident the Scotland and two-time British Lions tourist will be able to take everything in his stride.


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