Exciting rugby games return to the Gallagher Premiership this weekend with altered kick-off times and unfamiliar names hoping to grasp their chance due to the continuing Autumn Internationals. The teams are looking to earn maximum points from their gamers as the struggle for top spot intensifies. Gallagher Premiership round 7 fixtures 16-18th November has the teams competing for top honours in the league.
The game to watch out for during Gallagher Premiership round 7 fixtures is Gloucester vs. Leicester. These two teams have a single point separating them, and a win for either of them will take them to the top four of the Premiership table. Gloucester has four wins and two losses from its last 6 matches. Leicester, on the other hand, has three wins and three losses from their previous six games. However, knowing that a win will put them on the top four will motivate them to get a win against Gloucester. Gloucester has asked fans to get their tickets early since they are limited.
Danny Cipriani will be looking to continue with his impressive form which came out during Gloucester’s win over Wasps in their round 6 fixtures. Leicester for the past two decades has fared better against their rivals and will look to keep with this tradition. At the beginning of the year, Leicester had a seven-match winning streak against Gloucester.
The last time these two teams met Gloucester managed to snatch a slim 24-17 win. Henry Trinder will be the man Leicester will be banking on for their tries. Gloucester, however, boasts of having the league’s top scorer Charlie Sharples in their corner. The Leicester Tigers, on the other hand, will have to comprehend without the services of England International George Ford.
Bath Rugby v Worcester Warriors is another match to look out for during Gallagher premiership round 7 fixtures 16-18 Nov. These two teams meet on Saturday with a win for either side placing them above the other on the table. Currently, Worcester is at 7th position and Bath at 8th.
They both have 13 points with Worcester enjoying more bonus points than their rivals.
Josh Adams will be looking to appear on the score sheet and lead the Warriors to a much-needed victory. Dean Schofield being a new face to the Warriors’ squad will also be looking to show that he deserves the captain’s armband within such a short time. Guiding his team to a win against Bath will silence his critics for the time being.
Bath, on the other hand, has made changes to its coaching staff, and the new arrivals will be looking to prove their worth to the team and fans in general.
Saracens will be looking to extend their unbeaten start of the season against Sale during their match. Saracens are 2nd on the table with bonus points separating them from first place Exeter. Sale are currently 11th in the Gallagher premiership table, and pundits see an easy win for Saracen during this fixture.
Below you can find the full list of the remaining games of the Gallagher Premiership Round Seven.
Friday 16th November, Kick-Off @ 1945hrs
Saturday 17th November, Kick-Off @ 1300hrs
Sunday 18 November, Kick-Off @ 1500hrs
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