Saints will start with the exciting half-back combination of Fin Smith and Alex Mitchell, while Bears lean on the experience of Callum Sheedy and Andy Uren, with Will Porter and AJ MacGinty waiting in the wings hoping to arrest a losing streak. Northampton Saints: 15 George Hendy, 14 Matt Proctor, 13 Fraser Dingwall (capt), 12 Rory Hutchinson, 11 Ollie Sleightholme, 10 Fin Smith, 9 Alex Mitchell; 1 Emmanuel Iyogun, 2 Mike Haywood, 3 Paul Hill, 4 Lukhan Salakaia-Loto, 5 Alex Moon, 6 Sam Graham, 7 Aaron Hinkley, 8 Juarno Augustus; Replacements: 16 Sam Matavesi, 17 Ethan Waller, 18 Alfie Petch, 19 Brandon Nansen, 20 Angus Scott-Young, 21 Tom James, 22 James Grayson, 23 Tom Collins Bristol Bears: 15 Charles Piutau, 14 Luke Morahan, 13 Piers O’Conor, 12 Sam Bedlow, 11 Henry Purdy, 10 Callum Sheedy, 9 Andy Uren; 1 Jake Woolmore, 2 Harry Thacker, 3 Max Lahiff, 4 Joe Batley, 5 Joe Joyce (capt), 6 Magnus Bradbury, 7 Sam Lewis, 8 Fitz Harding; Replacements: 16 Will Capon, 17 Yann Thomas, 18 Jay Tyack, 19 Chris Vui, 20 Jake Heenan, 21 Will Porter, 22 AJ MacGinty, 23 Jack Bates Prediction: Saints by five More from Rugby UnionSaracens v Sale SharksSunday 30 October, 3pm kick-off, coverage from 2pm on BT Sport 1Alex Goode will become Saracens’ record Premiership appearance-maker, but his focus will be on prevailing in this top-of-the-table clash.
The Exiles have not won away from home in the Premiership since they visited Newcastle on 22 April but are less hit by injuries and international call-ups than their hosts. London Irish achieved a season’s double over Exeter last campaign, winning home and away, something they had only managed once before in 2010/11. Here are all the ways you can follow the action.... READ MORE: Exeter Chiefs v London Irish LIVE: Team news announcements ahead of Gallagher Premiership clash When is the game? Exeter Chiefs v London Irish is being played on Saturday, November 12 at Sandy Park.
Plus, ExpressVPN comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee. You can try it out for a month for free or sign up for an annual plan and get three months free. Check out ExpressVPN London Irish v Saracens live stream: How to watch from the UK London Irish v Saracens, which kicks off at 1pm on Monday 31 August, will be shown live on BT Sport Extra 1 in the UK. If you don’t have a BT contract but want to watch the match, don’t worry because you can still easily watch it online.
London Irish vs Saracens – Round 13 – Preview & Prediction | 2022-23 Premiership Rugby - The Stats ZoneClick here for today’s sports betting tips from our expert analysts! THE FACTS When is London Irish vs Saracens on and what time does it start? London Irish vs Saracens will take place on Friday 23rd December, 2022 – 19:45 (UK) Where is London Irish vs Saracens taking place? London Irish vs Saracens will take place at Gtech Community Stadium in Brentford, England Where can I get tickets for London Irish vs Saracens? Ticket information for London Irish vs Saracens can be found on each club’s official website What channel is London Irish vs Saracens on in the UK? Television coverage of Premiership Rugby is shared between BT Sport and ITV so it is worth checking their schedules for London Irish vs Saracens Where can I stream London Irish vs Saracens in the UK? If London Irish vs Saracens 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 This looks like a huge mismatch as the excellent Saracens travel to the Gtech Community Stadium to face struggling London Irish.
Gloucester have made four changes, with Val Rapava-Ruskin and Jack Singleton on England duty and Jonny May out injured. It’s a tough one to call, given the alternating form of both sides and the missing personnel – perhaps a raucous Shed may make all the difference. Teams Gloucester: 15 Lloyd Evans, 14 Louis Rees-Zammit, 13 Chris Harris, 12 Giorgi Kveseladze, 11 Santi Carreras, 10 Adam Hastings, 9 Charlie Chapman, 1 Harry Elrington, 2 Santiago Socino, 3 Fraser Balmain, 4 Freddie Clarke, 5 Cam Jordan, 6 Ruan Ackermann, 7 Lewis Ludlow (capt), 8 Ben Morgan; Replacements: 16 Henry Walker, 17 Ciaran Knight, 18 Kirill Gotovtsev, 19 Matias Alemanno, 20 Albert Tuisue, 21 Ben Meehan, 22 Jack Reeves, 23 Tom Seabrook Exeter Chiefs: 15 Stuart Hogg, 14 Josh Hodge, 13 Rory O’Loughlin, 12 Ian Whitten11 Olly Woodburn, 10 Harvey Skinner, 9 Jack Maunder; 1 Scott Sio, 2 Jack Yeandle (capt), 3 Harry Williams, 4 Ruben Van Heerden, 5 Jonny Gray, 6 Dave Ewers, 7 Lewis Pearson, 8 Jacques Vermeulen; Replacements: 16 Jack Innard, 17 Alec Hepburn, 18 Josh Iosefa-Scott, 19 Jack Dunne, 20 Christ Tshiunza, 21 Sam Maunder, 22 Joe Simmonds, 23 Dan John Prediction: Gloucester by three Harlequins v London IrishTommy Allan will deputise for Marcus Smith against London Irish in the London derby (Picture: Getty Images)Saturday 29 October, 3pm kick-off, coverage from 2.
What’s not to love? Here’s all you need to know about this weekend’s matches:More from Rugby UnionGloucester v Exeter ChiefsFriday 28 October, 7. 45pm kick-off, coverage from 7pm on BT Sport 1A Gloucester side finding form just as Exeter stutter a little before coming to Kingsholm? It’s all set up nicely for another worldie Adam Hastings drop goal from his own half, isn’t it? How to watch Premiership rugby Live stream: BT games can be stream on the BT Sport app or website for existing TV subscribers, or pay £25 for a monthly pass; for PRTV games, you can watch all three games for £6.
Exeter Chiefs v London Irish TV guide, kick-off time and team newsExeter Chiefs return to Sandy Park on Saturday to take on London Irish in Round 10 of the 2022/23 Gallagher Premiership. Exeter have slipped to three successive defeats in the league and have not lost four in succession in the tournament since 2015.
99 or by individual matches for £4. 99Highlights: Sunday 18 September, 10. 45pm, ITV Both sides have only lost once all season, and while Gloucester enjoyed the thrill of a one-point victory last weekend, Chiefs suffered their sole defeat against Saracens last weekend by only two points at Sandy Park. They’ll be missing Luke Cowan-Dickie, Jack Nowell, Sam Simmonds and Henry Slade for this match due to England duty, but can still call on Christ Tshiunza (Wales), and Stuart Hogg and Jonny Gray (Scotland) for this clash.
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Scotland wing Sean Maitland is in the back three with playmaker Alex Goode. Who will come out on top at the Stoop? London Irish: Tom Parton; James Stokes, Curtis Rona, Matt Williams, Ross Neal; Jacob Atkins, Rory Brand; Will Goodrick-Clarke, Agustin Creevy, Lovejoy Chawatama, Ben Donnell, Chunya Munga, Jack Cooke, Isaac Curtis-Harris, Matt Rogerson (captain). Replacements: Matt Cornish, Allan Dell, Ollie Hoskins, Sebastian de Chaves, TJ Ioane, Caolan Englefield, Phil Cokanasiga, Dan Norton. Saracens: Alex Goode; Alex Lewington, Elliot Daly, Brad Barritt (captain), Sean Maitland; Manu Vunipola, Aled Davies; Richard Barrington, Jamie George, Vincent Koch, Maro Itoje, Callum Hunter-Hill, Mike Rhodes, Jackson Wray, Billy Vunipola.
London Irish v Saracens live stream: How to watch from anywhereLondon Irish v Saracens live stream: How to watch from anywhere We finally get to see Argentina great Agustin Creevy debut as he runs out for his London Irish debut today. He is one of 13 changes to the Exiles squad as they seek to get their first Gallagher Premiership win in four games, since rugby restarted. Sarries have also won the last seven encounters between these two. Nine of Irish’s squad came through their academy system, but one name also jumps out from the bench – sevens record try-scorer Dan Norton could spring from the bench. Saracens make 12 changes to the side which beat Gloucester, with heavy hitters Jamie George, Maro Itoje and Billy Vunipola coming into the pack alongside Springbok Vincent Koch.
Saracens vs London Irish 17/10/2022 18:45 Events & Result
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Chiefs' 20-22 loss to Saracens in Round Seven was their first reversal at Sandy Park in Premiership Rugby since March and Rob Baxter will be keen to rebuild the walls of their fortress immediately. London Irish have won only one of their last five league matches: 47-38 at home to Bath Rugby on 24 September.
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Ben Earl captains the men in black for the first time as Mark McCall makes six changes to his unbeaten side, with Callum Hunter-Hill returning to the second row alongside Theo McFarland. Sharks will look to bounce back from their first loss against Harlequins, with Simon McIntyre, Tommy Taylor, Josh Beaumont, Arron Reed and captain Ben Curry all returning to the line up. Saracens: 15 Alex Goode, 14 Alex Lewington, 13 Alex Lozowski, 12 Nick Tompkins, 11 Elliot Daly, 10 Manu Vunipola, 9 Ivan van Zyl; 1 Eroni Mawi, 2 Kapeli Pifeleti, 3 Christian Judge, 4 Callum Hunter-Hill, 5 Theo McFarland, 6 Andy Christie, 7 Ben Earl (capt), 8 Jackson Wray; Replacements: 16 Theo Dan, 17 James Flynn, 18 Marco Riccioni, 19 Andrew Kitchener, 20 Toby Knight, 21 Ruben de Haas, 22 Josh Hallett, 23 Sean Maitland Sale Sharks: 15 Joe Carpenter, 14 Tom Roebuck, 13 Sam James, 12 Sam Hill, 11 Tom O’Flaherty, 10 Robert du Preez, 9 Gus Warr; 1 Simon McIntyre, 2 Tommy Taylor, 3 Nick Schonert, 4 Cobus Wiese, 5 Josh Beaumont, 6 JL du Preez, 7 Ben Curry (capt), 8 Daniel du Preez; Replacements: 16 Ewan Ashman, 17 Ross Harrison, 18 James Harper, 19 Jono Ross, 20 Sam Dugdale, 21 Joe Simpson, 22 Tom Curtis, 23 Byron McGuigan.
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