Bath are due to host Exeter at the Rec in the semi-final of the LV Cup - and they've gone to extremes to prepare for Sunday's match
Bath Rugby has confirmed that Anthony Perenise will leave the Club at the end of the season to join Bristol.
The Rugby League World Cup is a meeting of the smallest and largest competing nations in this tournament.
Bath take on West Country rivals Exeter tomorrow in the semi-finals of the LV= Cup.
Kick-off at The Rec is at 1pm. The winners will play Northampton in the final. They beat Saracens today in the other semi-final match. The final will be played at Exeter's Sandy Park ground next weekend.
And in the Championship, league leaders Bristol host the Cornish Pirates.
Two of the west's rugby teams are up against each other tonight.
Gloucester will be travelling to the Rec to take on Bath.
Both sides have made a number of changes ahead of the match. Rob Webber, Dave Attwood and Anthony Watson are back for Bath, and Tom Savage will return for Gloucester.
Kick off is at 7.45pm.
- MUNSTER 26 - 10 GLOUCESTER
Gloucester suffered their first defeat in the Heineken Cup after losing 26-10 at Munster.
The Cherry and Whites' Charlie Sharples scored the first try of the match, but the Irishmen crossed the line twice through Damien Varley and Johne Murphy. 16 points also came from the boot of Ian Keatley.
AMLIN CHALLENGE CUP
- BATH 26 - 10 NEWPORT-GWENT DRAGONS
Bath made it two wins out of two in the Challenge Cup.
Richard Lane's converted try put the hosts ahead, but the scores were level at half-time after Wales international Toby Faletau crossed the line.
Tom Heathcote kicked three penalties in the second half, and Mat Gilbert sealed the win with a try ten minutes from time.
BRITISH & IRISH CUP
- ABERAVON A - A BRISTOL
Bristol's match at Aberavon was abandoned after a hole appeared in the middle of the Talbot Athletic pitch.
Bristol were leading 24-20 with just ten minutes remaining.
In rugby, Bristol have recorded a comfortable victory over London Scottish at the Memorial Stadium. The home side ran in five tries as they won by 43 points to 16. It's a huge boost for Liam Middleton's side as they try to close in on a place in the end of season play-offs.
Bath Rugby have signed 23-year-old Nick Koster from Western Province. He made his Super 14 debut with the Stormers on the wing but has reverted to the back row.
The 6' 4" player has represented South Africa at all age levels. The club say he will add an extra dimension to their back row.
Bath Head Coach Gary Gold says, "Nick is a very exciting young player and we are delighted that he has agreed to move to Bath. He is a hard-working, incredibly motivated guy, and we are sure he will fit in with the Club ethos we are developing".
Former Gloucester and England rugby captain Mike Tindall has been speaking his behaviour at last Autumn's World Cup where he led a late-night bar crawl and later admitted to misleading England management about his whereabouts and the social culture associated with rugby.
The centre, who has just agreed a new one year contract with the Cherry and Whites which sees him move into coaching also talks bout the clubs ambitions for the forthcoming season:
Former Gloucester and England rugby captain Mike Tindall has spoken for the first time about his drunken behaviour at last Autumn's world cup, where he led a late-night bar crawl after beating Argentina and later admitted to misleading England management about his whereabouts.
Tindall was reprimanded by the Rugby Football Union after the tournament and he was widely blamed for England's disappointing performance.
After months of silence on the issue he now admits that the event disrupted the England squad and that he "let people down by doing it". It comes as Tindall has signed a new one year contract with Gloucester, which sees him move into coaching.