Premiership: Bath beat Gloucester and strokes the semi-final


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Premiership: Bath beat Gloucester and strokes the semi-final

Date 21 of the Premiership began to be played English who had an early game and with him Bath win over Gloucester, which featured Matías Alemanno as a starter in the second row.

With victory, homeowner put pressure on teams fighting for a place in the semifinals with two dates remaining until the regular season ends. After the victory, the winners are in the second place with 65 points. For now the only one who has her place assured is the leader Exeter (71).

The date will be completed next week. On Monday the team of Martín Landajo and Santiago García Botta, Harlequins, no longer has a chance to enter the definition, but will receive Wasps who with 61 points is third. A day later Northampton, another that is already out of the next stage, will be local against Sale who with 59 units today would be the fourth to enter the fight for the title.

The date will close on Wednesday September 30 with Bristol, the fifth in contention with 59 points, and will host Tomás Lavanini and Facundo Gigena’s Leicester; Exeter that will host against the London Irish of Agustín Creevy and Worcester against the descended Saracens of Juan Pablo Socino.

BATH 31-20 GLOUCESTER (Tuesday)

Triumph that gives breathing space and puts pressure on teams that are fighting for a place in the semifinals. He won and moved up to second place on two tries by Tom Dunn, Lewis Boyce and Ben Spencer. Rhys Priestland took care of all four conversions and a penalty. On the Gloucester side, which had Matías Alemanno to start the 80´, he reached the ingoal thanks to Chris Harris and Matt Banahn, while Billy Twelvetrees hit both conversions and a penalty. Point to point.


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