Dan Biggar returns to captain the Saints, while Tom Collins moves to the wing after last weekend’s brace of tries to make space for Matt Proctor in the centre. Teams Northampton Saints: 15 George Furbank, 14 Ollie Sleightholme, 13 Matt Proctor, 12 Rory Hutchinson, 11 Tom Collins, 10 Dan Biggar (c), 9 Alex Mitchell, 1 Alex Waller, 2 Sam Matavesi, 3 Paul Hill, 4 Lukhan Salakaia-Loto, 5 Alex Moon, 6 Alex Coles, 7 Aaron Hinkley, 8 Juarno Augustus; Replacements: 16 Mike Haywood, 17 Emmanuel Iyogun, 18 Alfie Petch, 19 Brandon Nansen, 20 Angus Scott-Young, 21 Callum Braley, 22 Tom Litchfield, 23 Courtnall Skosan London Irish: 15 Henry Arundell, 14 Ben Loader, 13 Curtis Rona, 12 Benhard van Rensburg, 11 Ollie Hassell-Collins, 10 Paddy Jackson, 9 Ben White, 1 Facundo Gigena, 2 Matt Cornish, 3 Lovejoy Chawatama, 4 Rob Simmons, 5 Adam Coleman (c), 6 Ben Donnell, 7 Tom Pearson, 8 Matt Rogerson; Replacements: 16 Isaac Miller, 17 Danilo Fischetti, 18 Ciaran Parker, 19 Api Ratuniyarawa, 20 Chandler Cunningham-South, 21 Caolan Englefield, 22 Luca Morisi, 23 Will Joseph Prediction: Northampton by 13 Bath Rugby vs Sale SharksSaturday 17 September, 3pm kick-offAlthough their campaign started with a loss, Bath will take heart that the 31-29 showing at Bristol is an improvement in form upon last season’s torrid start.
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Sale remain an imposing outfit, and while the return of Joe Cokanasiga and Jonathan Joseph in particular are boosts to the hosts, defeating the Sharks at the Rec remains an ask. Jonny Hill will make his first start for the visitors, who boast a bench featuring three more internationals in the shape of Jono Ross, Tom Curry and Joe Simpson. Bath: 15 Tom de Glanville, 14 Joe Cokanasiga, 13 Jonathan Joseph, 12 Cameron Redpath, 11 Will Muir, 10 Piers Francis, 9 Ben Spencer (c); 1 Lewis Boyce, 2 Tom Dunn, 3 Aranos Coetzee, 4 Dave Attwood, 5 Josh McNally, 6 Josh Bayliss, 7 Wesley White, 8 Jaco Coetzee; Replacements: 16 Tom Doughty, 17 Juan Schoeman, 18 Will Stuart, 19 Will Spencer, 20 GJ van Velze, 21 Louis Schreuder, 22 Orlando Bailey, 23 Richard de Carpentier Sale Sharks: 15 Luke James, 14 Tom Roebuck, 13 Sam James, 12 Manu Tuilagi, 11 Tom O’Flaherty, 10 Robert du Preez, 9 Gus Warr; 1 Simon McIntyre, 2 Akker van der Merwe, 3 Nick Schonert, 4 Cobus Wiese, 5 Jonny Hill, 6 Jean-Luc du Preez, 7 Ben Curry (c), 8 Daniel du Preez; Replacements: 16 Ewan Ashman, 17 Ross Harrison, 18 James Harper, 19 Jono Ross, 20 Tom Curry, 21 Joe Simpson, 22 Tom Curtis, 23 Arron Reed Prediction: Sale by six Harlequins vs SaracensSaturday 17 September, 2pm kick-off, coverage starts 2.
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Premiership rugby round two: All the team news, fixtures, predictions and TV detailsThe second round of Premiership rugby kicks off this weekend with perennial threat Saracens entering the fray after a bye week in a tumultuous first round. Last season’s champions Leicester Tigers suffered a loss to start their title defence at Exeter Chiefs, Harlequins managed to get a result at Kingston Park, and Sale held out a determined Northampton Saints side at the end. Round one results Exeter Chiefs 24-20 Leicester TigersLondon Irish 45-14 Worcester WarriorsNewcastle Falcons 31-40 HarlequinsBristol Bears 31-29 Bath RugbyGloucester Rugby 27-21 WaspsSale Sharks 29-22 Northampton Saints Round two is set to bring some exciting clashes, although we’re all just thankful that rugby is going ahead at all for Worcester Warriors, amid ongoing uncertainty at Sixways over the club’s future.
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Here’s all you need to know about this weekend’s six matches. How to watch Live stream: BT games can be stream on the BT Sport app or website for existing TV subscribers, or pay £25 for a monthly pass; for PRTV games, you can watch all three games for £6. 99 or by individual matches for £4. 99Highlights: Sunday 18 September, 10. 45pm, ITV Northampton Saints vs London IrishSaturday 17 September, 2pm kick-offLondon Irish will face a sterner test than last week’s convincing win over an embattled Worcester side which sent them top. Northampton held Sale to a losing bonus point at the AJ Bell last weekend and will expect to secure a win at Franklin’s Gardens.
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00 Buy Now 22/23 Bristol Bears Cvc Polo Navy Adult £31. 50 22/23 Bristol Bears Euro Shirt - Adult The Team Magnus Bradbury Position: Back-row Jack Bates Position: Centre/wing Joe Batley Position: Second row Jono Benz-Salomon Position: Prop Aristot Benz-Salomon Sam Bedlow Position: Centre/Fly Half Bryan Byrne Position: Hooker Will Capon Rhys Charalambous Position: Tighthead prop Fred Davies Morgan Eames Toby Fricker Position: Wing Ellis Genge Fitz Harding Position: Back row John Hawkins (1) Position: Lock Jake Heenan Noah Heward Position: Utility back Ed Holmes Gabriel Ibitoye Sam Jeffries (1) Joe Joyce Jake Kerr George Kloska Max Lahiff Rich Lane Position: Full back Oscar Lennon Position: Scrum half Sam Lewis Ioan Lloyd Position: Centre Steven Luatua AJ MacGinty Position: Fly Half Martin Mulhall Siva Naulago Piers O'Conor Joe Owen Charles Piutau Position: Full Back Will Porter Position: Scrum-half Henry Purdy Position: Utility Back Semi Radradra Position: Centre/Wing Harry Randall Callum Sheedy Kyle Sinckler Jay Tyack Harry Thacker Dan Thomas Position: Back Row Yann Thomas Andy Uren Position: Scrum Half Chris Vui Position: Utility Forward Tom Whiteley James Williams Jake Woolmore James Dun (1) Charlie Powell Also from Bristol Sport 🎥 Highlights: Coventry City 1-1 Bristol City Watch the highlights brought to you by DNRG from The Coventry Building Society Arena.
But Worcester had no intention of losing momentum, and Vailanu's surge into the heart of Bristol's defence drew in tacklers, then quickly recycled ball allowed Beck a simple finish, and Smith again converted. It was a miserable opening quarter for the visitors, yet the response they required soon arrived as skipper Luatua barged his way over to claim a consolation try, with Sheedy's conversion halving the deficit. Bristol now had momentum, and they struck again just three minutes later through another close-range effort as Lahiff scored and Sheedy's conversion tied things up at 14-14. It proved the final scoring act of a richly-entertaining half highlighted by both sides' admirable attacking intent. Twitter Due to your consent preferences, youвЂ™re not able to view this Privacy Options Worcester enjoyed a dominant opening to the second period, with scrum-half Gareth Simpson and wing Perry Humphreys combining impressively, then Vailanu smashed through attempted tackles from Sheedy and Ioan Lloyd for a try that put Warriors back in front.
30pm on BT Sport 3Joe Marchant, Will Evans and Will Collier will make their first starts of the campaign for the hosts at a sold-out Stoop in this London derby which always has a bit of venom to it. Wales centre Nick Tompkins is set to make his 150th start for Saracens, while their second row Hugh Tizard faces his old club to kick off the campaign for his new one. Harlequins: 15 George Furbank, 14 Ollie Sleightholme, 13 Matt Proctor, 12 Rory Hutchinson, 11 Tom Collins, 10 Dan Biggar (c), 9 Alex Mitchell, 1 Alex Waller, 2 Sam Matavesi, 3 Paul Hill, 4 Lukhan Salakaia-Loto, 5 Alex Moon, 6 Alex Coles, 7 Aaron Hinkley, 8 Juarno Augustus; Replacements: 16 Mike Haywood, 17 Emmanuel Iyogun, 18 Alfie Petch, 19 Brandon Nansen, 20 Angus Scott-Young, 21 Callum Braley, 22 Tom Litchfield, 23 Courtnall Skosan Saracens: 15 Elliot Daly, 14 Max Malins, 13 Alex Lozowski, 12 Nick Tompkins, 11 Alex Lewington, 10 Owen Farrell (c), 9 Ivan van Zyl, 1 Eroni Mawi, 2 Tom Woolstencroft, 3 Christian Judge, 4 Maro Itoje, 5 Hugh Tizard, 6 Theo McFarland, 7 Ben Earl, 8 Billy Vunipola; Replacements: 16 Jamie George, 17 Mako Vunipola, 18 Alec Clarey, 19 Andy Christie, 20 Jackson Wray, 21 Aled Davies, 22 Manu Vunipola, 23 Duncan Taylor Prediction: Saracens by 8 More from Rugby UnionLeicester Tigers vs Newcastle FalconsLeicester Tigers’ Hanro Liebenberg starts at No 8 against Newcastle Falcons (Picture:Getty Images)Saturday 17 September, 3pm kick-offTigers hope to get their title defence back on track after a close loss at Exeter by welcoming back England tourists Ollie Chessum, Joe Heyes, Jack van Poortvliet and Guy Porter into the fold.
The Warriors made a flying start, going ahead after just five minutes as Van der Merwe underlined his world-class quality. Full-back Jemie Shillcock was the creator, kicking superbly into space before Van der Merwe showcased blistering pace and gathered possession on the bounce to score, before Smith's touchline conversion opened up a seven-point lead. Please use Chrome browser for a more accessible video player England's Marcus Smith says he is looking forward to teaming up with his childhood icon Manu Tuilagi if both are selected for the side to face Wales England's Marcus Smith says he is looking forward to teaming up with his childhood icon Manu Tuilagi if both are selected for the side to face Wales Bristol were rocked back on their heels by Worcester's accuracy, which was underlined by a number of handling errors as they looked to work their way into the contest.
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