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If we are to hold onto a play-off spot we will have to perform better away from home. The 25-15 defeat at Sixways was a blow but one we cannot complain about as a determined home side worked their socks - specially in the second half.
Gloucs travel the few miles to Sixways knowing they will have a battle on their hands after the home side secured the scalp of the Chiefs last week ..
Still unbeaten at home and entertaining the Cherry and White faithful. It was never easy against a competitive Tigers and at 14-14 at half time it was anyone's game.
All Change - Literally
There's a complete change of starting personnel for the visit of Tigers this week (Saturday 2.30 kick off). The big boys are back after last week's Anglo Welsh defeat at Falcons with Willi Heinz leading the side ...
This Anglo Welsh thing really is complicated. Our hard fought 43-20 victory over Ospreys at a muddy Kingsholm gives us a great chance of qualifying as Pool winners - providing Bath don't beat us to it.
Ospreys Fly In
It's Anglo Welsh this week - and the visit of Ospreys for a Friday night kick off at 7.45 ..
Away We Go
Our unbeaten home record went and now we have to travel in the quarter final of the Challenge Cup. However, there can be no complaints that Pau did not deserve their 34-24 win which kept them at the top of the pool.
We need to beat Pau at Kingsholm tonight to earn a quarter final Challenge Cup place - and that's why the coaches make no less than eleven changes.
Off To Agen
No light relief in Europe tonioght with a tough trip to Agen .. its an early 6.30 kick off and isn't on the telly.
Hard to Stomach
It wasn't our day. Stricken by an overnight stomach bug the Glaws squad looked like achieving a hard earned win at Franklins Gardens only to be undone by a last ditch penalty try to lose 22-19 ..