Bath Rugby's squad are on the road to London this evening ahead of their biggest game in a decade.
Mike Ford's men take on Saracens tomorrow in the Premiership Final at Twickenham and 80,000 supporters are expected to make the journey to watch them try to become league champions.
Here's what Head Coach Mike Ford had to say.
Winning is the most important thing, I think you know you dont get to these finals just to lose you know we've sacrificed all these stuff all year all these fitness sessions on a tuesday in the rain and stuff like that to get to these finals and to be able to win them you know. you want to go home with a gold medal round your neck
It's been a long journey for Bath who last reached the final in 2004 only to lose to Wasps. Bob Crampton's been looking through the archive to see what lessons Bath can take into tomorrow's showdown
The Bath Rugby squad will head to London later ahead of their biggest game for more than a decade.
Mike Ford's men take on Saracens tomorrow in the Premiership Final at Twickenham. It is the first time they have reached the final since 2004, when they were beaten by Wasps. Will they be crowned English champions over a decade on?
Bath Rugby player George Ford has thanked those who helped find his dog.
Leo the pet pooch went missing in Bath yesterday but is now home safe.
Bath Rugby player George Ford has been asking his Twitter followers to help him find his pet dog.
George lost his dog Leo yesterday near Victoria Park in Bath. So far over 1,000 people have retweeted his plea for help.
Please can anybody help in Bath, desperate to find little Leo who went missing today. RT! Please get in contact ! http://t.co/Bva0Ti9Tjv
Rugby and Bath put their European Champions Cup exit behind them as they faced Newcastle in the Premiership tonight.
And their energy paid off as the moved into second place, beating Newcastle 19-29. Ollie Devoto, Semesa Rokoduguni, Anthony Watson & Matt Banahan all crossed for Bath and George Ford kicked three conversions and a penalty.
Both Bath and Bristol have been in action tonight - with Bath recording their first Premiership victory for almost two months after beating Sale at the Rec 12 - 3.
It puts them second in the table behind Northampton.
In the Championship, Bristol secured a resounding win over Nottingham at Ashton Gate, beating the visitors 51 - 17 and earning themselves a bonus point.
Sam Burgess has insisted he must scrap all thoughts of his England ambitions and focus on honing his rugby union skills at Bath.
The rugby league convert admitted he has learned more in the last three weeks than at any time of his cross-code switch.
Burgess made his England bow in the second-string Saxons' 18-9 victory over Ireland Wolfhounds in Cork in January, but is refusing to target his Test debut.
Bath have slipped out of the Aviva Premiership play-off places after losing their last three matches - leaving Burgess refusing to countenance any talk of making the autumn's World Cup.
I'll leave those guys outside things to talk about it all. I guess that's the job, so I'll leave it to others to talk about that.
For me it's probably important not to comment on it, and just get on with my work at Bath, which I'm doing, and having fun doing it as well. I would just rather continue enjoying my time at Bath and see how things turn out.
Bath suffered their second straight defeat against a top four rival as they lost to league leaders Northampton 13-21.
They stay second in the table but just 4 points separate them and the side in 7th in the battle for the end of the season playoffs.
You can't fault the effort of the boys. I thought that was just our execution that let us down again. Basically getting out our own half in the second half we gave ourselves no chance to have good ball in the right areas
The Six Nations kicks off in Cardiff tonight with several Bath and Gloucester players in the England team to take on Wales.
Bath's George Ford, Anthony Watson, Dave Attwood and Jonathan Joseph are all in the starting line-up.
Gloucester winger Jonny May keeps his place on the wing, while Billy Twelvetrees starts on the bench.
Bath centre Jonathan Joseph will start for England in the opening six nations game against Wales.
The number 13 has been the in-form centre in the Aviva Premiership and solves Stuart Lancaster's midfield conundrum.
The 23-year-old will join Luther Burrell to form a relatively new-look back line.
Joseph will also be joined by three other Bath players - Anthony Watson (winger), David Attwood (lock) and George Ford who starts at fly half with Owen Farrell injured.
Jonny May and Billy Twelvetrees from Gloucester Rugby also feature.