The score in tonight's second Aviva Premiership game was Newcastle 16-14 Worcester.
Worcester Warriors rugby player Bryce Heem could face suspension after being called to a disciplinary hearing over his weekend red card.
The New Zealand-born flyer was sent off in the Aviva Premiership clash at the Ricoh Arena for tackling Wasps' Willie Le Roux in the air.
Heem will face a Rugby Football Union panel in Bristol this evening over the incident.
Bryce Heem of Worcester Warriors will appear before an RFU Disciplinary panel this evening charged with tackling the jumper in the air.
Worcester Warriors have beaten Bristol in this afternoon's match which was billed as relegation decider.
The final score was 41-24 which takes the home side seven points ahead of bottom side Bristol.
19-12 was the final score in the European Rugby Challenge Cup, as the Worcester Warriors suffer a defeat from Enisei-STM.
The winning side scored one try, coming from Kacharava, with Worcester securing two from Adams and Appiah.
Worcester Warriors have beaten Newcastle Falcons 11-9.
There was only one try in the game, that came from Worcester's Olivier.
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- Wasps 32 - 22 Worcester
Wasps secured a dramatic victory over struggling Worcester thanks to two tries in the final two minutes of today's game.
Warriors deservedly led at the break after a try from Vuna, but a 78th minute score from Halai put Wasps ahead in the match for the first time.
Straight from the restart, Tagicakibau's turnover touchdown not only earned Wasps a four-try bonus point, but it also denied Worcester a losing bonus point.
Wasps now move up to sixth in the table while Worcester remain in 10th.
- Bath 21 - 14 Worcester
- Wasps 16 - 26 Saracens
- Bath 15 - 11 Worcester