Fixtures - Top Bar

Aviva Premiership Rugby live on TV

BTSport-2801

Aviva Premiership Rugby is back and Round 10 promises to be lively after a massive four days of European rugby last weekend.

The live TV action starts on Friday with Northampton Saints v Wasps from 7pm on BT Sport 1 with both teams fresh from qualifying for the European Rugby Champions Cup knockout stages.

Saints have not lost at Franklin’s Gardens in any tournament since Saracens were the visitors in Aviva Premiership Rugby on 7 November. Wasps three-game losing run in Aviva Premiership Rugby ended with their 32-22 victory against Worcester Warriors at Ricoh Arena in round 9.

Saracens v Bath Rugby is Saturday’s big game live on BT Sport 1 from 3pm. Saracens have only suffered one defeat in their last 18 first team games in all tournaments, 23-29 at Harlequins in the last round of Aviva Premiership Rugby on 9 January.

Bath Rugby have only won one of their last 11 encounters with Saracens including last season’s Aviva Premiership Rugby final: 21-11 at The Recreation Ground in October 2014.

Worcester Warriors v Exeter Chiefs rounds off the weekend on BT Sport 1 from 2pm Sunday.

Warriors are yet to finish a game as victors since they beat Newcastle Falcons in their round 4 Aviva Premiership Rugby game.

Exeter have won all six previous Premiership Rugby encounters against Warriors in any competition and are on a role as the top try scorers in Aviva Premiership Rugby.

Live

Friday

Northampton Saints v Wasps, programme starts at 7pm, kick-off 7.45pm BT Sport 1

Saturday

Saracens v Bath Rugby, programme starts at 3pm, kick off 3.15pm BT Sport 1

Sunday

Worcester Warriors v Exeter Chiefs, programme starts at 2pm, kick-off 3pm BT Sport 1

Highlights

Sunday
ITV 11.15pm

Monday
ITV4 7pm
ITV 4 midnight

Rugby Tonight BT Sport 1 Monday 8pm
Rugby Tonight Extra BT Sport 1 Thursday 7.30pm

Latest News

Match Report: Newcastle Falcons 46 Northampton Saints 31

Sonatane Takulua scored a hat-trick as Newcastle Falcons staged a roaring second-half comeback to defeat Northampton Saints in a pulsating Aviva…

Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images

Match Report: Sale Sharks 34 Wasps 28

Denny Solomona delivered one of the best individual displays ever seen at the AJ Bell Stadium as his hat-trick helped…

Generated by  IJG JPEG Library

Under 18s Academy Finals Day – Reaction: Reffell delight at Saracens progress

Sean Reffell is confident Saracens Academy U18s have improved beyond recognition despite being beaten 36-26 by Worcester Warriors at the…

700001073_tm_7171_d6698f691e8f9dc1b10b6f49ee601ffe.jpg

Under 18s Academy Finals Day – Reaction: Rigby and Warriors gave everything

Young prop Nick Rigby admitted he could not have asked for anything more after finishing the Premiership Rugby U18 Academy…

Generated by  IJG JPEG Library

Match Reaction: Leicester Tigers 50 Bristol Rugby 17

Aaron Mauger has backed his Leicester Tigers side to make the top four and qualify for the Aviva Premiership Rugby…

Telusa Veainu scored a brilliant first-half try on his return to Leicester Tigers colours

Match Reaction: Bath Rugby 22 Harlequins 12

Bath Rugby director of rugby Todd Blackadder admits his side were not at their best but was still delighted to…

Generated by  IJG JPEG Library

Match Reaction: Worcester Warriors 32 Exeter Chiefs 48

Exeter Chiefs head coach Rob Baxter praised the lightning speed of hat-trick hero James Short as his side ran in…

Generated by  IJG JPEG Library

Audio: Post match reaction from Bath v Harlequins

Bath were back at the Rec to welcome Harlequins in the Aviva Premiership. Simon Ward was in the crowd..... Afterwards…

Generated by  IJG JPEG Library

Match Report: Bath Rugby 22 Harlequins 12

Max Clark’s second-half try and the boot of Rhys Priestland secured Bath Rugby a hard-fought victory over Harlequins that keeps…

Generated by  IJG JPEG Library

Match Report: Leicester Tigers 50 Bristol Rugby 17

JP Pietersen’s first-half try double inspired Leicester Tigers to an eight-try 50-17  Aviva Premiership Rugby win over Bristol Rugby in…

JP Pietersen and Telusa Veainu were pivotal to Leicester Tigers' electric attack