London Irish v Northampton Saints
Odds: London Irish - 2/1, Draw - 20/1, Northampton - 4/11
15 James Wilson
14 Ken Pisi
13 Dom Waldouck
12 Luther Burrell
11 Vasily Artemyev
10 Stephen Myler
9 Lee Dickson
1 Soane Tonga'uiha
2 Mike Haywood
3 Brian Mujati
4 Samu Manoa
5 Mark Sorenson
6 Courtney Lawes
7 Tom Wood
8 Phil Dowson (capt)
16 Ross McMillan
17 Alex Waller
18 Paul Doran Jones
19 Teimana Harrison
20 Rhys Oakley
21 Martin Roberts
22 Ryan Lamb
23 Tom May
Saints will travel to Reading having just completed their best ever start to a Premiership season.
Despite that, Director of Rugby, Jim Mallinder admits his side will have to be wary of what is a talented side packed full of internationals.
– Jim Mallinder, Director of Rugby, Northampton Saints
London Irish have plenty of danger in all areas of their team and their goal kickers will punish us if we lose our discipline in our own half.
Last Friday's game against Wasps was just about our most complete performance of the season, and we will be looking to build on that tomorrow. We need to maintain control, impose ourselves and take our chances, and then we will have the result we want.
But the Saints will be confident of extending their run, one made all the more remarkable considering their current injury problems.
Dylan Hartley and Ben Foden are among a number of players missing through injury and, with their return still some way off, Mallinder will be relying on his pack of experienced internationals to see them through.
London Wasps v Worcester Warriors
Odds: Wasps - 4/11, Draw - 20/1, Worcester - 2/1
- Jonny Arr
- Matt Mullan
- Aleki Lutui
- John Andress
- James Percival
- Dean Schofield
- Chris Jones
- Sam Betty
- Matt Kvesic
Free scoring Warriors will be hoping to secure a shaky defence to give some breathing space between them and the relegation zone.
The Warriors have scored four tries against high-flying Northampton and London Irish but have only managed one win this season.
– Richard Hill, head coach, Worcester Warriors
We've been working exceptionally hard and have prepared meticulously to attack and defend against Wasps. The players are hungry and ready to take Wasps on.
We are finishing strongly and scoring more points than the vast majority of teams in the league, but in the first quarter we are not so strong. So away from home in particular, we will concentrate on starting well.
Jon Clarke will make his first Premiership start for Worcester.
The former Northampton centre came off the bench to score a late bonus point try in last weekend's win over London Irish.