We take on Clermont Auvergne on Saturday evening in the European Rugby Champions Cup, kick off at 5.30pm. Here are three Head-to-Head battles to potentially look out for.
Nathan Hines played for "Les Jaunards" from 2011 to 2014. He made his comeback in this competition earlier this season, at Saracens and scored a try from close range, to score his first try for the club. His influence has been huge on the team already, especially at the lineout. This showed last weekend when they won 24 out of 24 lineouts -the most by a Premiership side this season. He will be up against one of his former team mates Jamie Cudmore. A former track and field athlete and talented skier, Cudmore only took up rugby at the age of 17, with the superbly-named Squamish Axemen. He signed his first professional contract when he moved to Llanelli in 2003, and played in all of Canada's matches at that year's World Cup. After a year at Grenoble, he joined Clermont in 2005 and has been there ever since. Writing in the Guardian last year, Robert Kitson described Cudmore's nickname - Cuddles - as "the most incongruously sweet moniker since Sugar Ray Leonard". You could not blame him - Cudmore is a real enforcer and sat out 110 days of the 2010-11 season because of two suspensions.
In the backs, veteran winger Mark Cueto will be up against French international, Aurelien Rougerie. The son of former France international Jacques, who was famously nicknamed 'The Cube', Rougerie also inherited sporting talent from his mother, an international basketball player. Capped 76 times by his country, but not since 2012, the 34-year-old is a one-club man having come through the youth system at Clermont into the first team. An international debutant against South Africa in 2001, he played a big part in the French Grand Slam in his first full season at that level and was an integral member of the squad that won it again in 2004 - plus the Six Nations in 2006 and 2007. A typically exciting French wing, Rougerie is an elusive runner with a hunger for tries and during his prime was nicknamed the 'Blond Jonah Lomu' as a tribute to his power. Cueto, like Rougerie, is a one-club man and has played 210 times and scored 87 tries in the Aviva Premiership. He will be looking to score more today.
In the centres, you could have a huge battle between Jonathan Davies and Sam Tuitupou. The Welsh international joined Clermont in the summer of 2014. The 26-year-old was captain of the Scarlets when his move to the Top 14 was announced, and his departure was seen as a further blow for the domestic game in Wales. But he secured what is called "full release" as part of his two-year contract at Stade Marcel Michelin, meaning he continues to be available to play for his country. Born in Solihull in the West Midlands, he moved to Wales as a youngster and progressed through the Llanelli set-up, making his Scarlets debut at the start of the 2006-07 season. Within two years he had made his debut for Wales, adding to his 43 international caps with three appearances for the British and Irish Lions on their 2013 tour of Australia. On signing Davies, Clermont sporting director Jean-Marc Lhermet said: "His profile fits perfectly to the game that we practice. He is one of the world's best players in his position." Half of a formidable centre partnership with Johnny Leota, former Sharks captain Tuitupou was once again a key man for the club in 2013-14. He was a World Cup winner with New Zealand Under-21s and played nine times for the All Blacks. A Super 14 title with the Blues, 'Hacksaw Sam' also won the Air New Zealand Cup with Auckland before moving to Worcester in 2007 and onwards to Munster three years later.