GLOUCESTER RUGBY Moyle makes first Prem start at 15

Gloucester RugbyGloucester make three changes to their winning line-up for today's home Premiership clash against Harlequins (1615).

Head Coach George Skivington has picked a largely unchanged side from the team that beat Wasps 40-24 last time out with skipper Lewis Ludlow’s return to openside flanker and Jamal Ford Robinson coming in at loose-head.


BRISTOL BEARS Lam makes five changes to winning XV

Bristol Bears light logoBristol born lock Dave Attwood is set for his first outing of the Premiership campaign when Bristol Bears host Northampton Saints tonight (1945ko).

The England international recovers from a leg injury to start in the second row, as director of rugby Pat Lam makes five changes from the Bears XV which secured a 30-13 bonus point home win over Worcester Warriors.


BATH RUGBY welcome back Stooke and Rokoduguni

bath rugbyBath make three changes for today's third round Premiership trip to Worcester (1500ko).

The Blue, Black and White visit Sixways seeking to bounce back after back to back opening defeats and last week's 40-3 loss at champions Exeter. 


EXETER CHIEFS Three changes to winning XV

STU TOWNSENDLock Will Witty comes into the Exeter Chiefs starting XV for the defending champions' Premiership trip to Leicester Tigers today (1500ko) as Sam Skinner has been recalled for international duty with Scotland, who visit Ireland. 

Witty is the sole change up front while Stu Townsend (pictured) gets his first start of the season at scrum-half.


TEAM NEWS Exeter Chiefs versus Bath Rugby

Gallagher Premiership logoExeter Chiefs will be wary of "wounded" Bath Rugby head of tomorrow’s second round Premiership clash at Sandy Park 1730ko.

While Chiefs kicked off their title defence with an impressive 33-3 at Harlequins, Bath were beaten 19-12 by newly-promoted Newcastle Falcons.


BRISTOL BEARS Welsh ace back in starting XV at 15

Bristol Bears logo blueIoan Lloyd returns to the Bristol starting XV at full back as Bears face Worcester Warriors at Ashton Gate tomorrow (1500ko).

The Welsh international – who earned his first cap in the win over Georgia last weekend – is one of two changes to the side for the round two Premiership clash.


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