Bath comeback victory over Gloucester after being 24 - NIL down must be seen
By Rugby Onslaught

Bath comeback victory over Gloucester after being 24 – NIL down must be seen

Bath produced a fantastic comeback to beat Gloucester.

What makes it more remarkable is it came from 24 – 0 back.

CREDIT: Prem Rugby

Warriors lock Anton Bresler will make his first appearance of the season in Saturday’s Premiership Rugby Cup match against Wasps at the Ricoh Arena (kick-off 3.00pm).

Bresler was in line to play at Bath two weeks ago but suffered an ankle injury in training which ruled him out of that match and last week’s cup tie against Exeter Chiefs.

Bresler has now regained fitness and will partner Andrew Kitchener in the second row, Warriors fourth different combination of locks in as many matches.

Scrum-half Jono Kitto is also set to make his first appearance of the season having recovered from an abductor muscle injury.

Kitto last played for Warriors two years ago on a short-term loan deal from Leicester Tigers. He has returned to Sixways this season having been re-signed from Northland in his native New Zealand.

Warriors captain GJ van Velze, wing Perry Humphreys, centre Ryan Mills and loosehead prop Ethan Waller will have their first starts since the victory over Leicester Tigers on the opening day of the season three weeks ago.

Wing Tom Howe is named among the replacements against his former club having scored a hat-trick of tries against Exeter which took his tally to 20 in 29 first team appearances for Warriors in all competitions.


15 Chris Pennell

14 Perry Humphreys

13 Ollie Lawrence

12 Ryan Mills

11 Melani Nanai

10 Duncan Weir

9 Francois Hougaard

1 Ethan Waller

2 Niall Annett

3 Conor Carey

4 Anton Bresler

5 Andrew Kitchener

6 Ted Hill

7 Marco Mama

8 GJ Van Velze (C)


16 Isaac Mller

17 Callum Black

18 Richard Palframan

19 Graham Kitchener

20 Sam Lewis

21 Jono Kitto

22 Jono Lance

23 Tom Howe