Bristol board lost Without mitigating the semifinal against the Wasps 47-24 at the Ricoh Arena in the play-off last Saturday, but the elimination opens the door of hope because if Wasps fails to present team in Twickenham next Saturday against Exeter might take his place in the race for him Title. Four players de Wasps and three staff members gave results Covid-19 positive last Wednesday and now they are isolated and the club canceled the training for the week. Key factors when it comes to focusing in the final against Exeter.
On Saturday there will be a new swab for the entire campus and the results will be known on Monday. The same will happen next Tuesday and the next day it will be known if any player has the virus that changed the world. Should the virus spread and Wasps unable to play Exeter, Bristol will take his place, Premiership Rugby told the PA news agency.
The contingency on the inability of a team to play the final at Twickenham was drawn up in August by the Professional Game Board as part of the back-to-game rulebook after the coronavirus lockdown.
With England facing Italy at the climax of the 2020 Six Nations a week later, there is no room on the schedule to rearrange the match. However, Bristol board is in a position to face Exeter, as on Friday he played and won the final of the Challenge Cup against Toulon. That if, Bristol will also have to undergo a final round of coronavirus testing on Tuesday, as it is in reserve.
From the Bears the news shook the celebrations of the Challenge and Bristol coach Pat Lam said that “obviously we want the Wasps and Exeter to meet in the final because they deserve to be there and that is the final that should happen, but in the We do not know the world in which we live with COVID. They have told us that we are on hold, so if they tell us that we are in the final, we will gather everyone and go play. It is part of the world that you have to live in at the moment. things change all the time, but hopefully Wasps and Exeter can play their game. “