Northampton Saints v Exeter Chiefs (Franklin’s Gardens, 7. 45pm) Live on BT Sport 1HD Referee: Luke Pearce (101st Premiership game). Assistant Referees: Greg Macdonald & Andrew Jackson. TMO: Keith Lewis. Citing Officer: James Hall. Northampton Saints have won just twice in the last nine rounds of Gallagher Premiership Rugby, both away from home, at Worcester on 6 March and at London Irish on 22 August.
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How to watch Worcester Warriors v Bristol Bears live on TVA limited number of fans will be allowed back in to watch live rugby this weekend at the Twickenham Stoop in a test event in the Gallagher Premiership which if successful could herald the return on crowds on a larger more widespread scale. However sadly there are still no fans permitted for Bristol Bears' trip to Worcester Warriors but here are all the details of how you can watch and follow the game live, as well as the full TV schedule for the rest of the Premiership. If you can't watch the match on television you can follow the Bears game on Bristol Live's LIVE matchday blog where rugby writer John Evely will be bringing you all the action. Friday 4 September Worcester Warriors v Bristol Bears (Sixways, 6pm) Live on BT SportExtra 1 HDReferee: Wayne Barnes (227th Premiership game).
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Assistant Referees: Sara Cox & Paul Dix. TMO: Geoff Warren. Citing Officer: Tony Diprose. Worcester Warriors only victory in the last ten rounds of Gallagher Premiership Rugby was 29-14 at home to Harlequins on 26 August, that victory ended a run of five straight defeats at Sixways in all tournaments. Bristol Bears have lost their last two Gallagher Premiership Rugby encounters since beating Gloucester 33-24 at Kingsholm on 21 August, their first maximum point victory in Premiership Rugby since round one.
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Sale Sharks have won their last two Gallagher Premiership Rugby fixtures, at Wasps and at home to Bristol. The Sharks have won three of their last five away games in Premiership Rugby, at Exeter in round 9, Gloucester in round 12 and Wasps in round 16. Sale have won their last two matches against Leicester Tigers in Gallagher Premiership Rugby, but both were at AJ Bell Stadium. The Sharks have been victorious just once at Welford Road in Premiership Rugby since 2008, 10-3 in February 2016. Are you mad about Bristol Bears? If so, you could receive the latest club news straight to your phone by signing up to our WhatsApp service. Bristol Bears writer John Evely will send you links to the breaking stories, direct to your mobile, via the easy-to-use app.
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Citing Officer: Allister Hogg. Harlequins last seven fixtures have all been won by the home side on the day, whilst ‘Quins most recent defeat at Twickenham Stoop being 15-29 to London Irish on 15 February. Bath Rugby’s run of three successive victories since the restart ended with their 23-27 home defeat to Wasps on Monday.
Bristol beat Worcester 13-10 at Ashton Gate in round 11 and have not achieved a Premiership Rugby season’s double over the Warriors since 2006/07 although they did repeat this in the RFU Championship in 2014-15. Bristol have won just twice at Sixways in any competition, in Premiership Rugby in September 2006 and the RFU Championship in April 2015.
Northampton have slipped to five straight defeats at Franklin’s Gardens in Premiership Rugby to equal their worst ever home run in the competition, originally set in 2004. Exeter Chiefs have won their last five Gallagher Premiership Rugby fixtures, four with maximum league points, since losing 30-34 at Harlequins on 29 February. That defeat was their first on the road in any competition since their loss at Bath in October.
Bath’s only defeat in their last four away games was 20-57 at Exeter in round 13 of Gallagher Premiership Rugby. Bath beat Harlequins 19-12 at the Recreation Ground in February but have not achieved a Premiership Rugby season’s double over the Londoners since 2014-15. Leicester Tigers v Sale Sharks Welford Road, 3pm - Live on BT Sport 1 Extra HDReferee: Ian Tempest (72nd Premiership game). Assistant Referees: Karl Dickson & Jack Makepeace. TMO: Rowan Kitt. Citing Officer: Grant Seely. Leicester Tigers only victory in the last five rounds of Gallagher Premiership Rugby was 13-7 against London Irish at Welford Road on 26 August. The Tigers have lost only once at Welford Road in any competition in 2020: 16-38 to Bath Rugby in round 15 of Premiership Rugby.
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