How to watch Bath Rugby vs Gloucester Rugby

A general view of The Recreation Ground, home of Bath Rugby (Image: 2020 CameraSport)

There will be 1,000 fans at the Rec tonight to watch Bath Rugby take on Gloucester Rugby in the West Country derby.

But of course, there will be thousands of fans who want to watch and follow the game who were not lucky enough to get tickets so here are all the details of how you do it.

The two sides come into Round 21 of the Gallagher Premiership in very different places with Bath flying high in third place in the table, with a chance to move into second and a home semi-final spot with victory in midweek.

The Cherry and Whites in contrast are in eighth place and need to gain a point from their last two games of the season to ensure they book a place in the Heineken Champions Cup next season which is the club’s minimum requirement.

What time is kick-off?

Tonight’s game has an early kick-off of 5.30pm.

How can I watch the match on TV?

The game will be shown live on BT Sport. Coverage on BT Sport 1 will begin at 5.15 pm.

How else can I follow the game?

If you can not get in front of a TV tonight or if you don’t have the subscription service you can follow the game with Somerset Live’s play-by-play LIVE matchday blog. You can follow all the build-up, team news, live-action, reaction, analysis, and highlights.

Bath Rugby: 15. Anthony Watson, 14. Semesa Rokoduguni, 13. Jonathan Joseph, 12. Josh Matavesi, 11. Ruaridh McConnochie, 10. Rhys Priestland, 9. Ben Spencer; 1. Beno Obano, 2. Tom Dunn, 3. Will Stuart, 4. Elliott Stooke, 5. Charlie Ewels, 6. Tom Ellis, 7. Sam Underhill, 8. Taulupe Faleta

Replacements: 16. Jack Walker, 17. Lewis Boyce, 18. Christian Judge, 19. Josh McNally, 20. Miles Reid, 21. Will Chudley, 22. Cameron Redpath, 23. Joe Cokanasiga

Gloucester Rugby: 15. Matt Banahan, 14. Ollie Thorley, 13. Chris Harris, 12. Billy Twelvetrees, 11. Jonny May, 10. Lloyd Evans, 9. Willi Heinz; 1. Val Rapava-Ruskin, 2. Jack Singleton, 3. Fraser Balmain, 4. Ed Slater, 5. Matias Alemanno, 6. Jake Polledri, 7. Lewis Ludlow ©, 8. Ruan Ackermann

Replacements: 16. Henry Walker, 17. Corne Fourie, 18. Jack Stanley, 19. Ed Slater, 20. Jordy Reid, 21. Joe Simpson, 22. Tom Seabrook, 23. Louis Rees-Zammit

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