Bath Rugby are back on home soil this weekend, but here are the next three fixtures to look ahead to at the Rec over the next six weeks.
SATURDAY 12TH JANUARY – BATH RUGBY V WASPS (15:15)
In Bath Rugby’s first home game of 2019, Wasps will visit the Rec in the penultimate round of the Heineken Champions Cup pool stages.
The two sides have met twice this season, with the reverse fixture finishing 35-35 at the Ricoh Arena. Bath then travelled back to Coventry just before Christmas, as the Blue, Black and White came out 14-24 winners.
One to watch – Elliot Daly
SATURDAY 2ND FEBRUARY – BATH RUGBY V GLOUCESTER RUGBY (14:30)
Gloucester Rugby return to the Rec on Derby day in the Premiership Rugby Cup. Young stars will be out on show in this West Country Derby that should not be missed.
The last time the two sides met was earlier this season in the Gallagher Premiership, on the day there was nothing to separate the two sides in a ten try thriller, finishing 31-31.
One to watch – Ben Vellacott
SATURDAY 16TH FEBRUARY – BATH RUGBY V NEWCASTLE FALCONS (15:00)
It’s Newcastle’s turn to visit the Rec on the 16th February, in Round 13 of the Gallagher Premiership. Bath Rugby will be looking for revenge in this fixture after Falcons claimed a 16-8 victory at Kingston Park earlier this season.
If last season is anything to go by, it promises to be an exciting affair at the Rec. Over 60 points were scored as Falcons snatched a 32-33 win in the West Country.
One to watch – Sinoti Sinoti
Tickets are on sale now for all three fixtures by clicking here or phoning the Ticket Office on 0844 448 1865.
Watch the Blue, Black and White in style by taking up one of our match-day hospitality packages. For more information, click here or call the team on 01225 325 200 (option 1).
REMINDER - THe clash
Saturday 6th April - Bath Rugby v Bristol Bears (14:00)
Tickets are on sale to see Bath Rugby renew their rivalry with Bristol Bears at The Clash on Saturday 6th April at Twickenham Stadium. Don't miss out on an action packed day, as the West Country take over the home of England Rugby.
One to watch - Charles Piutau
For more information on The Clash and to purchase your tickets, click here