Bath Rugby v Exeter Chiefs (Saturday, 2.30pm)
Bath Rugby have won three of their last four games in all competitions, but have been victorious just
once in their last four Aviva Premiership Rugby encounters: 31-10 at home to Sale in round five.
Bath's only reversal in their last four clashes at The Rec. was 14-18 to table topping Northampton on
Exeter Chiefs have won two of their last three matches in the Premiership, but have slipped to five
straight defeats away from home in all competitions since beating Worcester 31-26 at Sixways on 14th April.
Exeter have not beaten Bath in a competitive game since a 1st round tie at the County Ground in the
John Player Cup on 28 January 1978.
Northampton Saints v Saracens (Saturday, 3.00pm)
Northampton Saints continue to top the Aviva Premiership Rugby table despite their 17-39 loss to 11th placed London Irish at Madejski Stadium in round six. The Saints have won their last five games in all competitions at Franklin's Gardens.
Saracens' single defeat in any tournament this season remains to Exeter at Sandy Park on 23rd September, whilst they have won their three away encounters since then.
Northampton have beaten Saracens just once in their last seven Premiership fixtures: 30-8 in this equivalent game at Franklin's Gardens last November.
Gloucester Rugby v Leicester Tigers (Saturday, 4.45pm)
Gloucester Rugby are unbeaten in their last seven matches in all competitions, a sequence which includes five successive victories. The Cherry & Whites have won their last three games at Kingsholm against Wasps, Bath and Bordeaux-Begles.
Leicester Tigers' solitary defeat in Aviva Premiership Rugby so far this campaign was 9-22 to defending champions Harlequins at Welford Road in round four. The Tigers have lost just one Premiership game on the road in the past twelve months: 11-19 at Exeter on 11th February.
London Irish v Harlequins (Sunday, 2.15pm)
London Irish have won four of their last five games in all competitions, and have been victorious in their last three home games at Madejski Stadium. The Exiles beat table-topping Northampton, 37-19, in round six and gained their first try bonus point of the season in the process.
Harlequins have made a 100% winning start to their European Cup campaign, but have been defeated in their last two Aviva Premiership Rugby encounters against Saracens and Exeter. Quins have not lost three in a row in this tournament since the 2009/10 season.
The two clubs met on three occasions in all competitions last term with Quins triumphant each time. Harlequins have not won a Premiership game at Madejski Stadium since February 2009.
London Wasps v London Welsh (Sunday, 3.00pm)
Top Welsh international referee Nigel Owens will be in charge at Adams Park for this game.
London Wasps play in their 350th Premiership game. Only Leicester, with 355, have played in more.
Wasps have won 193 of those games for a 55% winning rate, a percentage again only bettered by the Tigers. The Londoners have won their last three outings in all competitions, and also won all three encounters at Adams Park this season.
London Welsh ended a three game losing run with their 32-31 victory in Prato in the European Challenge Cup on Saturday. The Exiles have lost just one of their last nine away games in all competitions: 3-40 at Harlequins on 7th September.
The only previous occasion where the two teams have met in a competitive match was in the quarter final of the John Player Cup in March 1979.
After this weekend, Sale Sharks return to Salford City Stadium, to play London Irish on Friday 2nd November, kick off 8.00pm. Buy your tickets online.