The Tigers have a perfect gait in the domestic tournament and managed to stay with the victory in their first seven appearances, the last being last weekend against Northampton, where the pointer thrashed 55-26 away from home.
On the visit side, it is the only team that still couldn’t win so far in the tournament. With six losses in as many games, Bath is last in the standings and will play Leicester after falling 27-17 to Wasps in their seventh date presentation.
LEICESTER: 1- Francois van Wyk, 2- Nic Dolly, 3- Dan Cole, 4- Harry Wells, 5- Calum Green, 6- Ollie Chessum, 7- Tommy Reffel, 8- Cyle Brink, 9- Jack van Poortvliet, 10- George Ford (C), 11- Nemani Nadolo, 12- Dan Kelly, 13- Matt Scott, 14- Guy Porter, 15- Freddie Burns.
BATH: 1- Juan Schoeman, 2- Tom Dunn, 3- D’Arcy Rae, 4- Josh McNally (C), 5- Ewan Richards, 6- Tom Ellis, 7- Richard De Carpentier, 8- Miles Reid, 9- Ollie Fox, 10- Danny Cipriani, 11- Will Muir, 12- Max Clark, 13- Jonathan Joseph, 14- Semesa Rokoduguni, 15- Orlando Bailey.