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Aviva Premiership Rugby Live on TV

Aviva Premiership Rugby Live on TV

The first live Aviva Premiership Rugby TV action of 2015 sees Northampton Saints play Newcastle Falcons live on BT Sport 1 on Friday with coverage from 7pm.

Saints have won their last six matches in all tournaments since losing at home to Exeter Chiefs in round 7 of Aviva Premiership Rugby. Newcastle Falcons have lost their last three fixtures in Aviva Premiership Rugby since they beat Gloucester at Kingston Park in round 8.
 
Not only will the game be live on BT Sport 1 but UK viewers can watch the game free either online at www.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.
 
Saturday sees a double header of live Aviva Premiership Rugby action on BT Sport 1.  Coverage starts at 1pm with Saracens v London Irish first up.
 
The last four contests between the two clubs have been evenly split with two wins apiece, with London Irish being one of only two teams ever to have beaten Saracens at Allianz Park – the other being Northampton Saints, twice.
 
Exeter Chiefs welcome west country rivals Gloucester for the second half of Saturday’s double bill.
 
Exeter Chiefs have slipped to back-to-back defeats at Sale and at Bath, but have not lost three in a row in Aviva Premiership Rugby since February. Gloucester have won three of their last four away games in all competitions.
 
Sunday’s coverage sees old foes Leicester Tigers v Bath Rugby live on BT Sport 2 with coverage from 1pm.
 
Leicester Tigers’ only defeat in their last six Aviva Premiership Rugby fixtures came when they visited Northampton Saints in round 10. Leicester have lost just once at Welford Road in the tournament since November 2013: 19-22 to London Irish on 27 September. Bath Rugby have won their last seven matches in all competitions since their 6-18 defeat at Exeter Chiefs in the Anglo-Welsh Cup in November.
 
Friday
 
Northampton Saints v Newcastle Falcons – programme starts at 7pm, kick-off 7.45pm BT Sport 1 (available free on Sky, Setanta in Ireland and online)
 
Saturday
 
Double Header, programme starts at 1pm, BT Sport 1
 
Saracens v London Irish, kick-off 2pm
Exeter Chiefs v Gloucester Rugby, kick-off 4.30pm
 
Sunday
 
Leicester Tigers v Bath Rugby, programme starts at 1pm, kick-off 2pm BT Sport 2
 
 
Highlights
 
Sunday ITV4 – 8pm
Sunday ITV – 12.25am
Monday ITV4 – 11.55pm
 
 
Rugby Tonight
 
Monday BT Sport 1, 8pm
 

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