Team news ahead of Gloucester's Sunday Premiership clash with Wasps.
Bath moved into second place in the Aviva Premiership with a 39-16 derby victory away to Gloucester on Saturday.
Gloucester's Billy Twelvetrees is relishing the battle with Bath counterpart Sam Burgess for both club and country.
Saturday proved to be a Premiership party in the Challenge Cup, with wins for Exeter, London Irish and Gloucester.
Round Four of the European Rugby Challenge Cup continues on Saturday, with six fixtures on the cards.
Rupert Cox shares his highlights from the week's rugby action in his round-up blog...
Wins for Gloucester and Edinburgh in round three of the European Challenge Cup.
Gloucester and Zebre lock horns in the European Rugby Challenge Cup on Sunday, while Edinburgh face London Welsh.
Gloucester have confirmed the signing of Tonga wing David Halaifonua, subject to visa approval.
Gloucester have boosted their squad ahead of the 2015-16 season by signing New Zealander Tom Marshall.
Second-half tries from Henry Purdy and Steve McColl helped Gloucester to a 21-9 victory over struggling London Irish.
Gloucester director of rugby David Humphreys admitted his side were made to work for a 21-9 win over London Irish.
Gloucester back Tom Isaacs has left the club with immediate effect and joined the Cardiff Blues.
Bottom-placed London Welsh face a tough ask against Aviva Premiership table-toppers Northampton on Saturday.
Rory Clegg kicked 15 points to help Newcastle record a 20-10 Aviva Premiership victory over Gloucester at Kingston Park.
Harlequins take on fellow mid-table side Sale in Friday's Aviva Premiership clash while Newcastle host Gloucester.
David Humphreys insists Gloucester had the blessing of Wales to field Richard Hibbard in the Premiership on Friday.
Richard Hibbard's late cameo appearance couldn't spare Gloucester from going down to a 22-15 defeat at home to Harlequins.
Wales warn hooker Richard Hibbard that he is "jeopardising his position" if he plays for Gloucester on Friday.
The return of the Aviva Premiership following a month of cup fixtures kicks off with two Friday fixtures.
Paul O'Connell talks to SSN HQ about Ireland’s tremendous 2014 and the 2015 World Cup.