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Summary

  1. Wasps 9-25 Bath
  2. Bristol 32-23 Ealing
  3. Yorkshire Carnegie 28-26 Doncaster Pirates

Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

  1. Squads

    Wasps v Bath (15:00 BST)

    Bath: Watson; Rokoduguni, Joseph, Clark, Brew; Priestland, Cook; Obano, Walker, Thomas, Ewels (capt), Charteris, Mercer, Underhill, Faletau.

    Replacements: Dunn, Auterac, Perenise, Stooke, Phillips, Allinson, Burns, Tapuai.

    Wasps: Miller; Wade, Daly, Macken, Bassett; Gopperth, Simpson; McIntyre, Cruse, Cooper-Woolley, Launchbury (capt), Rowlands, Haskell, Young, Hughes.

    Replacements: Johnson, Harris, Doran-Jones, Garratt, Willis, Hampson, De Jongh, Watson.

  2. Team news

    Wasps v Bath (15:00 BST)

    Bath have prop Henry Thomas back from injury for Sunday's Premiership meeting with Wasps at the Ricoh Arena.

    Sam Underhill and Taulupe Faletau, who both missed the home defeat game against Newcastle, return to the back row, while Anthony Watson is the only change in the back line at full-back.

    Wasps flanker Thomas Young makes his first start of the season at openside.

    James Haskell moves to the blindside flank, while Brendan Macken returns at centre alongside England's Elliot Daly.

    Fifth-placed Wasps and seventh-placed Bath, who have 14 players unavailable for selection, start the day level on 10 points in the Premiership table.

  3. Match facts

    Wasps v Baths (15:00 BST)

    • Wasps, who have lost their last two games, against Harlequins and Exeter, have not lost three in a row in the Premiership since January 2016.
    • This was last the occasion when they last lost successive matches at the Ricoh Arena - against Exeter and Saracens.
    • Bath have lost their last two Premiership fixtures, at Northampton and at home to Newcastle.
    • Their only Premiership away win since last October was at Leicester on the first day of this season.
    • In all competitions, Wasps have won their last four meetings with Bath, whose only win in three visits to the Ricoh Arena was 25-23 in the European Champions Cup in December 2015.