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  1. 15:00 BST: Leicester Tigers v Worcester Warriors - BBC Radio Leicester & BBC Hereford and Worcester
  2. 15:00 BST: Saracens v Gloucester - BBC Radio London & BBC Radio Gloucestershire
  3. 14:30 BST: Cornish Pirates v Richmond - BBC Radio Cornwall
  4. 15:00 BST: Yorkshire Carnegie v Nottingham - BBC Radio Leeds

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All times stated are UK

  1. Team news & squads

    Saracens v Gloucester (15:00 BST)

    England's Owen Farrell returns from injury for Saracens after missing their third win in three at Northampton.

    Scrum-half Richard Wigglesworth will overtake former captain Steve Borthwick as club record Premiership appearance-maker as he steps out for game 266.

    Danny Cipriani - overlooked by England this week- continues at fly-half for unbeaten Gloucester, whose line-up is unchanged from victory against Bristol.

    Prop Val Rapava Ruskin is the only change among the replacements.

    Jamie George will make his 200th appearance for Saracens, who feature five changes including Farrell's return and a first start of the season for second row George Kruis as Maro Itoje switches to flanker.

    Saracens: Williams; Strettle, Tompkins, Barritt (capt), Maitland; Farrell, Wigglesworth; M Vunipola, George, Koch, Kruis, Skelton, Itoje, Rhodes, Earl.

    Replacements: Tolofua, Barrington, Lamositele, Isiekwe, Burger, Spencer, Lozowski, Goode.

    Gloucester: Woodward; Sharples, Trinder, Twelvetrees, Banahan; Cipriani, Braley; Hohneck, Marais, Balmain, Slater (capt), Grobler, Polledri, Ludlow, Ackermann.

    Replacements: Hanson, Rapava Ruskin, Knight, Clarke, Morgan, Vellacott, Atkinson, Hudson.

    Referee: Christophe Ridley (RFU).

  2. Team news & squads

    Leicester Tigers v Worcester Warriors (15:00 BST)

    Leicester bring in Graham Kitchener at lock for the suspended Will Spencer, who misses the meeting with his old club following his red card at Wasps.

    Tigers also select Jordan Olowofela at full-back, while Jonah Holmes comes in on the wing.

    Worcester are without England centre Ben Te'o, who was this week named in Eddie Jones' 36-man training squad.

    Prop Nick Schonert, who is also in that England squad, hooker Jack Singleton and lock Anton Bresler all return.

    Schonert has recovered from concussion, while Singleton makes his first start of the season.

    Warriors produced one of their finest performances of last season at Welford Road when they ran in five tries to win 31-27. But Leicester then turned the tables in the return to hammer the Warriors 34-5.

    Leicester have prop Gaston Cortes on the bench, back from international duty with Argentina, while summer signing Kyle Eastmond is also named among the replacements.

    Leicester Tigers: Olowofela; Holmes, Tuilagi, Owen, May; Ford, B Youngs; Bateman, T Youngs (capt), Cole, Williams, Kitchener, Denton, Thompson, Kalamafoni.

    Replacements: Stevens, Feao, Cortes, Wells, Lewis, White, Ford, Eastmond.

    Worcester Warriors: Pennell; Heem, Venter, Mills, Adams; Weir, Hougaard; Black, Singleton, Schonert, Bresler, Phillips, Mama, Lewis, van Velze (capt).

    Replacements: Taufete'e, Bower, Milasinovich, Barry, Hill, Heaney, Lance, Beck.

    Referee: Luke Pearce.

  3. Do you know a rugby Unsung Hero?


    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!