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First up live on TV this weekend are Gloucester Rugby v Saracens with coverage on BT Sport 1 from 7pm on Friday night.

Not only will the game be live on BT Sport 1 but UK viewers can watch the game free either online at btsport.com or on TV via BT TV and Sky platforms. Republic of Ireland viewers can watch on the Sky platform. Click here to find out more.

Gloucester Rugby have won two of their last seven Aviva Premiership Rugby encounters, both away from home, at London Irish in round 9 and at Exeter Chiefs in round 12. In those seven matches they have conceded three tries in a game five times but never allowed an opponent a try bonus.

Saracens have won their last five fixtures in all competitions since their 19-27 loss at Exeter Chiefs in round 9 of Aviva Premiership Rugby, this was Saracens only defeat in their last five away fixtures in any tournament.

Harlequins welcome Leicester Tigers to The Stoop on Saturday with coverage from 3pm on BT Sport 1.

Harlequins only two victories in the last five rounds of Aviva Premiership Rugby have been against Newcastle Falcons and London Welsh, whilst their only defeat at The Stoop in their last seven fixtures in all tournaments was when Sale Sharks were the visitors in Aviva Premiership Rugby on 21 November.

Leicester Tigers have suffered only one Aviva Premiership Rugby defeat since 4 October: 19-23 at Northampton Saints in round 10. Tigers have gained 21 league points from their last six matches, only Bath Rugby and Northampton Saints have tallied more.

Newcastle Falcons v London Welsh rounds off the weekend with coverage from 1pm on Sunday on BT Sport 2.

Newcastle Falcons have slipped to four straight Aviva Premiership Rugby defeats since their 20-10 victory at home to Gloucester on 21 November – they have however picked up three bonus points from those matches.

London Welsh have been defeated in all 18 first team games they have played this season. The Exiles only league point this season was a try bonus gained during the 26-53 defeat at Bath Rugby in round 2 of Aviva Premiership Rugby.

Live

Friday

Gloucester Rugby v Saracens – programme starts at 7pm, kick off 7.45pm, BT Sport 1 (available free on Sky, Setanta in Ireland and online)

Saturday

Harlequins v Leicester Tigers – programme starts at 3pm, kick off 3.15pm, BT Sport 1

Sunday

Newcastle Falcons v London Welsh, programme starts at 1pm, kick off 2pm, BT Sport 2

Highlights

Sunday

ITV4 – 8pm

Sunday

ITV – 11.15pm

Tuesday

ITV4 – 1.15am

Rugby Tonight

Monday

BT Sport 2, 8pm
 

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