BATH RUGBY Dunn set for 150th appearance today

Tom Dunn is set to make his 150th appearance for hobath rugbyme town Bath when he runs out against Wasps in the Gallagher Premiership today (1500ko).

Joining the club as a 15-year-old the Bath-born hooker - now 28 - made his debut in Europe in 2012 and has since become a home fan’s favourite and won him international recognition from England manager Eddie Jones.


TOP OF TABLE CLASH Bristol versus Exeter team news

Jack Nowell200British Lions pace ace Jack Nowell is set to make his first Exeter Chiefs start of the season in tonight’s decisive round 17 top of the table Premiership clash at Bristol (1945).

Fit-again Nowell made his first appearance of the season as a second half replacement in last Saturday’s emphatic 43-13 home win over Wasps.


HARTPURY RUGBY Ehizode returns, Monks fit to start

Morgan Monks HartpuryHartpury will largely stick with the forward pack that helped them to a 15-13 home victory over Nottingham last time out, as they go looking for back-to-back wins in the visit to Ampthill today (1300ko).

The only change in the starting eight will be at lock, where the unlucky Scott Russell sustained a shoulder injury that will prevent him from playing again this season.


EXETER CHIEFS Quartet make first Premiership start

exeter ChiefslogoProp James Kenny, lock Tom Price, No.8 Rus Tuima and centre Dan John make their first ever Premiership starts for Exeter Chiefs at Gloucester today (1730).

Exeter director of rugby Rob Baxter is keeping one eye on next week’s Champions Cup last 16 home tie against Lyon so there are 11 changes to the side which started the 47-31 win over Leicester Tigers 47-31 at Sandy Park.


GLOUCESTER RUGBY make 12 changes to starting XV

Gloucester Rugby logoGeorge Skivington names a much-changed Gloucester side to face defending champions Exeter Chiefs at Kingsholm in round 15 of the Premiership today (1730ko).

There are 12 changes to the starting 15 which began the 59-24 defeat at Harlequins.


BATH RUGBY Hooper welcomes back trio of backs

bath rugbyDirector of Rugby Stuart Hooper has made three Bath Rugby changes for today's visit of Worcester Warriors in the Premiership (1400ko).

Rhys Priestland lines up at fly-half for the Blue, Black and Whites after pulling out of the warm-up ahead of last Saturday's 38-19 win at Newcastle.


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