The matchday nineteenth of the Premiership started with a Sale Sharks win over Bath, who turned it around in the last two minutes of the game. The Saturday Leicester, who awaits the final against Montpellier of the Challenge Cup next Friday, He beat the Harlequins of Martín Landajo and Santiago García Botta. Wasps, with a man less in the complement, beat Worcester.
The journey will continue Monday with Newcastle who will face Northampton, that before the fall re Harlequins renews hopes of entering the top 4. Bristol already has its ticket in the definition and it will be seen with Gloucester. Finally, the Tuesday London Irish will close the date against Exeter. The Chiefs if they win they will have their place in the appointment in the top 4.
LEICESTER 35-29 HARLEQUINS (Saturday)
The Quins could not win in their visit to Welford Road and they set the illusion to Northampton who is in fifth position 11 points behind with one game less. The winning tries, which did not have Argentines on the court, were scored by Matt Scott, Ellis Genge (2) and Tom Young. George Ford was present in three conversions and two penalties and Zack Henry added three points with a send to the sticks. The visitors, who had the income of Martín Landajo and Santiago García Botta in the complement, reached the try through Nathan Earle (2), Joe Marchant, Luke Nothmore and a penalty try. Marcus Smith only got one conversion right.
WASPS 23-19 WORCESTER (Saturday)
You have to win to finish as high as possible, say in London the wasps that beat the battered Worcester, who could not even turn him with one man too many. Ben Morris saw the red card at 18 ‘of the second half. The locals reached the ingoal with Brad Shields and Tommy Taylor, while Jacob Umaga contributed with his foot the two conversions and three penalties. For the Warriors there was a try by Sam Lewis and a conversion and four penalties by Billy Searle.
BATH 20-24 SALE SHARKS (Friday)
Cameron Redpath opened the account for Bath in four minutes. Although quickly, JP du Preez equalized the match. Later, Josh Bayliss put the locals up. However, after Byron McGuigan’s try, Simon Hammersley stretched the lead they had at the beginning. Despite this, Rhys Pirestland complicated the situation for Sharks, but with four minutes remaining, Curtis Langdon threw himself into the ingoal and turned an exceptional match and gave the visiting team the points.