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Summary

  1. 15:00 BST: Bath v Northampton Saints - BBC Radio Bristol and BBC Radio Northampton
  2. 15:00 BST: Bristol Bears v Harlequins - BBC Radio Bristol
  3. 15:00 BST: Sale v Wasps - BBC Coventry & Warwickshire
  4. 14:00 BST: London Scottish v Jersey - BBC Radio Jersey
  5. 14:30 BST: Hartpury v Coventry - BBC Coventry & Warwickshire

Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

  1. Team news & squads

    Bath v Northampton Saints (15:00 BST)

    Taulupe Faletau returns to the starting line-up as Bath make four changes for the visit of Northampton.

    The Wales and Lions number eight joins Dave Attwood in the pack, while Aled Brew comes in at outside centre and Darren Atkins starts at full-back.

    Saints also have four changes, with Ben Franks at tight-head and flankers Jamie Gibson and Lewis Ludlam also given the nod by boss Chris Boyd.

    Andy Symonds makes his debut at centre after his summer move from Gloucester.

    Bath: Atkins; Rokoduguni, Brew; Willison, Cokanasiga; Burns, Green; Catt, Dunn, Thomas, Attwood, Charteris (capt), Ellis, Underhill, Faletau

    Replacements: Walker, van Rooyen, Perenise, Stooke, Mercer, Cook, Priestland, Wright

    Northampton: Tuala; Naiyaravoro, Symons, Francis, Collins; Biggar, Reinach; Waller (co-capt), Hartley (co-capt), Franks, Ribbans, Lawes, Gibson, Ludlam, Harrison

    Replacements: Haywood, Van Wyk, Painter, Ratuniyarawa, Eadie, Mitchell, Kellaway, Mallinder

  2. Team news & squads

    Bristol Bears v Harlequins (15:00 BST)

    Bristol make six changes as they try to rebound from their loss to Gloucester.

    Winger Alapati Leiua returns from injury, while centre Will Hurrell, scrum-half Andy Uren and forwards Harry Thacker, Ed Holmes and Jordan Crane also come into the starting line-up.

    England prop Kyle Sinckler makes his first Quins start of the season.

    Hooker Max Crumpton also comes in, with James Lang's inclusion at fly-half and Ross Chisholm's recall on the wing the only changes in the backs.

    Bristol:O'Conor; Morahan, Hurrell, Piutau, Leiua; Madigan, Uren; Thomas, Thacker, Afoa, Holmes, Vui, Luatua (capt), Smith, Crane.

    Replacements:Fenton-Wells, Woolmore, Armstrong, Joyce, Lam, Randall, Sheedy, Kirchner.

    Harlequins:Morris; Earle, Marchant; Tapuai, Ross Chisholm; Lang, Care; Marler, Crumpton, Sinckler, Symons, Glynn, Wallace, Robshaw (capt), Chisholm

    Replacements:Ward, Lambert, Swainston, South, Bothma, Mulchrone, Smith, Lasike

  3. Team news & squads

    Sale Sharks v Wasps (15:00 BST)

    Sale make a change at back row for the visit of Wasps to the AJ Bell Stadium.

    Ben Curry replaces Josh Beaumont, with teenager Arron Reed is on the bench.

    Wasps full-back Willie Le Roux returns from international duty with South Africa to make his first start of the season, one of six changes from last Sunday's narrow win against Leicester.

    Skipper Elliot Daly moves to outside centre alongside Michael Le Bourgeois, but club captain Joe Launchbury is out with a short-term knee injury.

    Zurabi Zhvania gets a first start at loosehead prop, while Marcus Watson makes his first start of the season on the wing, in place of Christian Wade.

    Sharks youngster Reed, 19, who has been in good scoring form for National One neighbours Sale FC, made Anglo-Welsh Cup appearances against Worcester and Saracens last November but is yet to make his Premiership debut.

    Sale: McGuigan; Solomona, S James, Jennings, Yarde; MacGinty, Cliff; Harrison, Neild, John, Evans, Phillips, T Curry, B Curry, Ross (capt)

    Replacements: Webber, Tarus, Jones, Beaumont, Strauss, Warr, L James, Reed.

    Wasps: Le Roux; Watson, Daly (capt), Le Bourgeois, Bassett; Sopoaga, Robson; Zhvania, Taylor, Stuart, Rowlands, Gaskell, Johnson, Carr, Hughes.

    Replacements: Cruse, West, Brookes, Myall, Morris, Simpson, Searle, Miller.

  4. Do you know a rugby Unsung Hero?

    #BBCUnsungHero

    Where would we be without the volunteer coaches in sport? The men and women who give up their free time to come down to their local clubs to train the young athletes of today.

    Get Inspired went down to Woodrush RFC in Birmingham to find out just how heroic these people are to the community.....

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    Video caption: Unsung Hero 2018: 'There's no greater feeling in a sporting environment'

    These people exist all across the country and nominating them to be your Unsung Hero is easy - so tell us about your Unsung Hero now!