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Aviva Premiership Rugby is back tonight and the TV action kicks off with Gloucester Rugby v Harlequins, live on BT Sport 2 from 7pm.

Gloucester's only defeat in their last five matches at Kingsholm was 22-25 to Exeter Chiefs in Aviva Premiership Rugby on 19 September. Harlequins have won three of their last four games in all tournaments.

The last 15 Premiership Rugby clashes between the two clubs have all been won by the home side.

The live TV games continue with a double header on Sunday with coverage from noon on BT Sport 1. Leicester Tigers v Saracens starts the double header with kick-off at 1pm.

Leicester Tigers only defeat in their last 10 Aviva Premiership Rugby matches at Welford Road was to London Irish on 27 September. Saracens have lost just once in Aviva Premiership Rugby so far this season: 11-21 at Bath Rugby in their most recent away game in the tournament, and have not lost on successive away trips since New Year 2011.

Wasps v London Welsh rounds off the weekend with kick-off at 3.15pm.

Wasps play their 131st and final Premiership Rugby encounter at Adams Park since their debut at the venue against Bristol in 2002. Wasps last 10 fixtures in Aviva Premiership Rugby have all been won by the home side on the day.

London Welsh have lost all 10 matches they have played in all competitions in the 2014-15 season with their only league point being a try bonus gained in their game against Bath Rugby on 13 September.

Live

Friday

Gloucester Rugby v Harlequins – programme starts at 7pm, kick-off 7.45pm, BT Sport 2

Sunday

Double Header – programme starts at noon, BT Sport 1:

Leicester Tigers v Saracens, kick-off 1pm
Wasps v London Welsh, kick-off 3.15pm

Highlights

Sunday

ITV – 11.55pm

Monday

ITV4 – 7pm

ITV4 – midnight

Rugby Tonight

Monday, BT Sport 2, 8pm

Rugby Tonight Extra

Thursday 20 November, BT Sport 2, 7.30pm

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