Premiership Rugby Cup round three social media preview
This weekend sees the final of three consecutive weeks of Premiership Rugby Cup action, with each side facing their last pool opponent.
It opens with a Friday night triple-header including Gloucester Rugby facing off against Northampton Saints at Kingsholm in front of the BT Sport 2 cameras.
The Cherry and Whites will be looking to disrupt their opponents good start to the tournament, as Saints are the only team to win both their opening games in Pool 2.
Watch out for young fly-half James Grayson, son of former England back Paul Grayson, who has impressed for Saints in the opening two rounds.
The other Friday night games will see Leicester Tigers and Sale Sharks clash at Welford Road while Newcastle Falcons welcome Bath Rugby to Kingston Park.
Exeter Chiefs and Harlequins take part in the only fixture on Saturday, with the Londoners travelling to Sandy Park.
The BT Sport cameras will be at the Ricoh Arena on Sunday as Wasps do battle with Bristol Bears.
Worcester Warriors travel to Allianz Park to take on Saracens for the final clash in round three of the tournament.
It looks like Gloucester are ready for their big Friday night fixture.
— Gloucester Rugby (@gloucesterrugby) November 9, 2018
While the match will clearly be a special one for Saints’ hooker Mike Haywood.
— Northampton Saints 😇 (@SaintsRugby) November 8, 2018
Bath’s Rhys Davies will be hoping for a birthday win, as he lines up for their fixture against Newcastle Falcons.
— Bath Rugby (@bathrugby) November 9, 2018
— Sale Sharks🦈 (@SaleSharksRugby) November 9, 2018
Tom Youngs, the Leicester Tigers hooker and captain, will also be returning from injury as they face off against Sale.
🎥 The captain speaks to LTTV ahead of his return to action in tonight’s Prem Cup clash with Sale at Welford Road.https://t.co/gI8Zr7YBWc
— Leicester Tigers (@LeicesterTigers) November 9, 2018
Exeter winger Tom O’Flaherty is ready for the visit of Harlequins.
— Exeter Chiefs (@ExeterChiefs) November 8, 2018
🗣 “We feel like we’re improving each game although sometimes the results don’t reflect that”
— Harlequins 🃏 (@Harlequins) November 8, 2018
Eyes on the prize 👀 pic.twitter.com/uXaum3B2NU
— Francois Hougaard (@Francoishougi) November 8, 2018