Bath's hopes of winning their first silverware in 6 years have been dashed after losing in the final of the European Challenge Cup.
Bath contest the European Challenge Cup final in Cardiff this evening against another English side - Northampton.
Bath were unable to confirm their place in the Aviva Premiership play-offs after drawing with Northampton at The Rec on Friday night.
The decision to limit the amount of land available to Bath Rugby at The Rec is being challenged by the ground's trustees.
It was recently decided by a tribunal that the club can only use the space they currently occupy. Members of the the Recreation Ground Trust say this gives them less flexibility to develop and invest in the Rec.
Bath Rugby's head coach Mike Ford says he expects the RFU to launch an inquiry into his side's win over Gloucester on Saturday. Five players were shown yellow cards while Gloucester also had two men sent-off, one for sparking a mass brawl at the end of the game.
Bath Rugby have failed in their bid to reach the final of the Anglo-Welsh Cup
They made a brilliant start to their semi-final against Exeter Chiefs at the Rec, scoring a try within 30 seconds through Leroy Houston.
But Exeter then scored three tries to win by 22 points to 19, with Bath fly-half Tom Heathcote missing a late penalty that would have taken the game to extra time.
Bath Rugby broke their winning streak after losing to Saracens at the Rec last night.
The side had won 12 home matches and were unbeaten in all competitions so far this year, but they were unable claw back the lead from the Saracens who now return to the top of the Premiership.
The final score was Bath 23 - 10.