Gloucester suffered their fifth straight defeat in the Premiership last night - losing 22 - 17 at half-time to reigning champions Leicester.
Gloucester had three players sin-binned as they lost 27-19 at Harlequins.
Bath were victorious over Gloucester in the first West Country derby of the season at The Rec on Friday night.
Two men charged with the murder of a homeless man in a Gloucester car park last week have been remanded in custody after a court appearance today.
Andrew Harling and Simon Boswell were told at Cheltenham Magistrates that they will be held overnight pending a bail hearing at Bristol crown court tomorrow. Each man appeared briefly before the magistrates on his own today to hear the charge.
The body of 44 year old Victor McDermot was found by a member of the public in a car park off Quay Street last Thursday morning.
Two men have been charged with murder following the death of 44 year old man in Gloucester.
The body of Victor McDermot was found in a car park on Thursday morning. 44 year old Andrew Harling and 48 year old Simon Boswell have both been charged with murder last night. They'll appear at Cheltenham Magistrates Court tomorrow.
Three other people also arrested have been released without charge.
Police have named the man whose body was found in a Gloucester car park as 44-year-old Victor McDermot, of no known abode.
Officers have been unable to track down Mr McDermot's family and are appealing for help from the public.
– Chief Inspector Steve Porter, Gloucestershire Police
It is very unusual for us to try and find someone’s family in this way as we always hope to speak to their next of kin before the person is publicly named but sadly we have not been able to locate them.
We would like to ask the public to contact us on 101 if they knew Mr McDermot and have any information about his next of kin.
Five people, four men aged 44, 48, 45 and 31 and a 45-year-old woman, have been arrested on suspicion of murder in connection to the investigation.
Police in Gloucester have arrested a fifth person in connection with a suspicious death in the city.
A 44-year-old Gloucester man was arrested in the early hours of today on suspicion of murder and joins three men aged 31, 45 and 48 and a 45-year-old woman already being held on suspicion of murder.
It follows the discovery of a man's body by a member of the public in a car park in Lower Quay Street at around 8.15am yesterday.
Police believe the body to be that of a 44-year-old man of no fixed abode, but are still trying to identify and inform his next of kin.
– Chief Inspector Steve Porter, Gloucestershire Constabulary
This is a fast moving investigation, but it is still important that we hear from anyone who may have crucial information about the case.
In particular I would like to hear from anyone who was in Quay Street on Wednesday evening or the early hours of Thursday morning.
I would like to thank the local community for their cooperation and patience and can again reassure people that we are doing everything possible to solve this crime.
Police in Gloucester have arrested four people following a suspicious death in Gloucester.
The body of a man was discovered in a car park on Lower Quay Street this morning.
Three men and one woman were arrested this afternoon on suspicion of murder and currently remain in police custody.
A full forensic investigation has been taking place at the scene and a Home Office pathologist has been called in to carry out a post mortem.
Police were called to Lower Quay Street in Gloucester at around 8.15am today after the body of a man was discovered in a car park. Officers say they are currently treating the death as suspicious.
The scene has been cordoned off for a full forensic examination and a Home Office pathologist has been called. The body has yet to be identified but the coroner has been informed.
The body of a man has been found in Gloucester.
It was discovered at the back of Lower Quay Street, in the Westgate street area of the city.
The police are treating the death as suspicious, and have cordoned the area off while a team of forensic experts examine the scene.
Special prayers for the survivors and victims of the tornado in the Phillipines will be said in Gloucester Cathedral later today during Evensong which starts at 4.30pm.
The Mayor will read a lesson, the Gentlemen of the Cathedral Choir will sing and the service will be led by the Dean.
The Cathedral is inviting anyone in the city to come and pray for the people of the Philippines and those who seek to bring them aid.