Harlequins vs Gloucester – Round 11 – Preview & Prediction | 2022-23 Premiership Rugby - The Stats ZoneClick here for today’s sports betting tips from our expert analysts! THE FACTS When is Harlequins vs Gloucester on and what time does it start? Harlequins vs Gloucester will take place on Friday 25th November, 2022 – 19:45 (UK) Where is Harlequins vs Gloucester taking place? Harlequins vs Gloucester will take place at Twickenham Stoop in London, England Where can I get tickets for Harlequins vs Gloucester? Ticket information for Harlequins vs Gloucester can be found on each club’s official website What channel is Harlequins vs Gloucester on in the UK? Television coverage of Premiership Rugby is shared between BT Sport and ITV so it is worth checking their schedules for Harlequins vs Gloucester Where can I stream Harlequins vs Gloucester in the UK? If Harlequins vs Gloucester is televised on either BT Sport or ITV, then it can be streamed live on the associated streaming platforms, while any match not televised can be streamed live to subscribers of PRTV THE PREDICTION Harlequins made it two Premiership wins in their last two as they got the better of London Irish in a close affair last time out.
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Team News | Harlequins v Gloucester RugbySimon McIntyre, Joe Jones, Tommy Taylor, Ewan Murphy, Rouban Birch, Sam Dugdale, Cal Ford and Arron Reed have all committed their futures to the club Club has triggered extensions for twelve more first team players Sale Sharks is delighted to announce that academy graduates Simon McIntyre, Joe Jones, Tommy Taylor, Ewan Murphy, Rouban Birch, Sam Dugdale, Cal Ford and Arron Reed have all signed new contracts with the club.
Saints are without England’s Courtney Lawes and centre Matt Proctor; for Bath, academy graduate Will Butt makes his Premiership debut at centre and Josh Bayliss is at No 8 for his 50th Premiership appearance. Worcester Warriors vs WaspsSat 4 Dec, 3pmWorcester ended a run of 15 straight away defeats last weekend at Storm Arwen-battered Newcastle and will face a Wasps side who can’t quite seem to find a rhythm to their game. Five defeats from their last six will sting, as will last week’s tight two-point loss at home to Gloucester.
With injuries aplenty, Bristol’s season has not started with fireworks; all the more welcome, then, are the returns of club captain Steven Luatua, Fiji captain Semi Radradra and England’s Harry Randall to the matchday squad. Gloucester are also bolstered by returnees, with British & Irish Lions Chris Harris and Louis Rees-Zammit both starting, while flanker Freddie Clarke is set for his 100th club appearance. London Irish vs Newcastle FalconsSat 4 Dec, 3pmThese two teams are separated by just one place and one point, but it is London Irish who are in better form – having beaten fourth-placed Northampton Saints, second-placed Saracens (both Premiership Rugby Cup) and third-placed Harlequins in their last three matches. Newcastle have only lost once in their last five matches against Irish and name a XV with six changes, notable among whom is England no 8 Callum Chick.
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For Irish, Steve Mafi comes into the second row as Paddy Jackson makes his 50th appearance and Argentina’s Juan Martin Gonzalez starts from the bench. Exeter Chiefs vs SaracensSat 4 Dec, 3pm on BT Sport 2HDOne of the most salivating prospects of the weekend sees Saracens visit Sandy Park after cutting Leicester’s league lead to six points with their 25-14 win over Sale last weekend. Even without a bonus point, their victory lifted them to second ahead of the visit of Exeter, their inconsistent rivals. England’s Luke Cowan-Dickie and Jonny Hill, plus Scotland’s Jonny Gray, come into the Exeter line-up as Saracens make just three changes. Northampton Saints vs BathSat 4 Dec, 3pmOne look at the table suggests bottom-placed Bath would only be playing for pride against high-flying Northampton. But Stuart Hooper’s side only narrowly lost to Exeter last weekend, battling bravely and leading 16-13 with just three minutes to play, and have done the double over Saints in both of the past two seasons.
i's guide to round 10 of the Gallagher Premiership – how to watch, team news and talking pointsHere is all you need to know as the Gallagher Premiership season continues this weekend with its 10th round of fixtures ahead of a break until Boxing Day while the European competitions kick off. Gloucester vs Bristol BearsFri 3 Dec, 7. 45pm on BT Sport 1HDGloucester go into this West Country derby as favourites, having lost just once in their last six matches in all competitions and edged out midtable rivals Wasps last week in a thrilling 35-33 victory.
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