Leicester Tigers captain Toby Flood has been taken to hospital after he was injured in a collision with Ulster lock Dan Tuohy.
Leicester Tigers are heavy favourites to win yet another Premiership title against Northampton Saints at Twickenham.
A curry-house in Northampton has created a new dish to show its support for the Saints, which when lit produces a green and gold flame.
Leicester Tigers legend Manu Tuilagi will visit his old school today to launch this year's School's Cup.
The England rugby star first played at Twickenham in 2009 for John Cleveland College and won the U18 Schools Cup Vase.
Today's visit will be his first since he became a Lion.
He will meet sixth formers and teachers, and partake in a training session with U15 and U18s.
Leicester Tigers flanker Tom Croft has been ruled out for the rest of the season due to a knee injury.
The England international has undergone surgery after suffering an injury during Tigers' Aviva Premiership win over Worcester Warriors last weekend.
Leicester Tigers have made two changes on the bench for today’s Aviva Premiership game against Worcester Warriors at Welford Road.
According to the club Ben Youngs and Manusamoa Tuilagi both failed late fitness checks and have been replaced by Scott Steele and Pasquale Dunn.
A fun day at Leicestershire's Grace Road Ground will see sporting stars pitch against each other in a game of charity cricket today.
Leicester Tigers players including Manu Tuilagi will play against retired Leicestershire cricketer Paul Nixon and former Leicester city player Matt Elliott.
The game aims to raise money for the Matt Hampson Trust and Lord's Taverners.
Former rugby player, Matt Hampson severed his spinal chord during a game in 2005, since then he has dedicated his time to raising money for spinal care.
Leicester Tigers captain Toby Flood had been due to take part in the fun day but was injured yesterday in a pre-season match in a collision with Ulster's lock Dan Tuohy.
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Leicester Tigers have published a response following the amended nine-match ban suspension for the team's director Richard Cockerill.
The team said they were "disappointed" by the Rugby Football Union's conduct in the ban, which included two pre-season friendlies, against Jersey and Ulster, but not the Montpellier pre-season match. The statement said:
We are pleased that the judgement vindicated our decision to appeal and we are grateful to the panel for the consideration that they showed, although we await with interest the written judgement to see why the pre-season game against Montpellier falls into a different category than those against Jersey and Ulster.
We remain disappointed with the RFU's conduct in this matter but, as we have previously stated, this is a matter we shall pursue privately.
The focus now is on the remainder of our pre-season and our preparations for the start of the new season.
Leicester Tigers Director of Rugby, Richard Cockerill, has failed in his appeal to get his nine game ban reduced.
However, the coach has succeeded in bringing the ban forward, so it now begins on 24 August, and will include pre-season matches.
The RFU suspended Cockerill for his behaviour towards the fourth official at the Premiership final in May.
The Heineken Cup 2013-2014 fixtures have been released, with current Aviva Premiership champions Leicester Tigers playing Ulster Rugby on October 11.
The Northampton Saints will play Castres Olympique the day after.
The Rugy Football Union has published its judgement on Leicester Tigers' manager Richard Cockerill's ban.
The judgement said that at first there was "nothing untoward" but in the second occasion Cockerill's behaviour was regarded as "obscene, inappropriate and unprofessional".
It said his words could have been "construed as intimidation" as well as listing "various threats to instruct his players at half time to 'smash'" the opposing team. It said:
Essentially, what Mr. Cockerill was saying was that if the Match Officials did not change the way they controlled the game, he would intimate to the Leicester Tigers players at half time that they should employ illegitimate violence as a tactic in the second half.'
Mr. Cockerill approached Mr. Terheege again. He said he did not recall precisely what he was saying but he was talking at him in a much forthright manner and was using extensive foul and inappropriate language. The exchange was littered with him using the words “f” and “f**g”.
Aviva Premiership champions Leicester Tigers will kick start the season's fixtures with a home game against Worcester Warriors.
The Tigers picked up their tenth Aviva Premiership title in May against Northampton Saints with a 37-17 win at Twickenham.
"Every year the anticipation over the new fixtures grows and looking at the 2013-14 season it is clear we have huge matches every weekend," said Phil Winstanley the Rugby Director at Premiership Rugby.
"We've had three different Aviva Premiership champions in the last three years and last May we had a new club (Northampton Saints) in the Aviva Premiership Rugby Final."