Sale Sharks make the trip to Reading this weekend to play their final game of the season against London Irish.
Sharks won the home fixture 15-3 at the AJ Bell Stadium just before Christmas and the players will be looking to finish on a high.
The Madesjki Stadium has not been a happy hunting ground for Sale over the past few years and the last victory there came back in October 2006. The hosts have not enjoyed the best of seasons and have only won 2 of their last 7 premiership games at the stadium.
On their last visit to London Irish, Sharks gained a very creditable draw (33-33) and gained three points in doing so; two game points and a try bonus. Nick Macleod kicked a last minute penalty.
Referee for Saturday afternoon's game is Greg Macdonald who is officiating in his first ever Aviva Premiership fixture.
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Despite trailing by three points at the interval, Sale Sharks European Cup campaign ended at Thomond Park to a Munster side who were desperate to finish on a winning note after failing to qualify for the Quarter Finals.
Sale Sharks' European campaign this season has been a case of what might have been but back-row forward Mark Easter insists he and his teammates can hold their heads high even if it ends without a win.
Danny Cipriani has been called up to the England EPS Squad ahead of this season's Six Nations, and Ross Harrison has been called up for the England Saxons squad for their match against Irish Wolfhounds on Friday 30th January.
Steve Diamond has admitted that the experience of this season's European Rugby Champions Cup has made him and his squad even more determined to finish in the Top Six of the Aviva Premiership and so book their passage into next season's European showpiece.