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European Rugby Champions Cup - January 12th, 13th & 14th 
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Friday, January 12

Bath Rugby v Scarlets 7:45 PM Recreation Ground, Bath

Saturday, January 13

Ulster v La Rochelle 1:00 PM Kingspan Stadium, Belfast
Exeter Chiefs v Montpellier Herault 3:15 PM Sandy Park, Exeter
Harlequins v Wasps 5:30 PM The Stoop, Twickenham
Northampton Saints v Clermont Auvergne 5:30 PM Franklin's Gardens, Northampton
Ospreys v Saracens 7:45 PM Liberty Stadium, Swansea

Sunday, January 14

Leinster v Glasgow Warriors 1:00 PM RDS Arena, Dublin
Toulon v Benetton Treviso 1:00 PM Stade Félix-Mayol, Toulon
Racing 92 v Munster 3:15 PM U Arena, Paris
Castres Olympique v Leicester Tigers 5:30 PM Stade Pierre-Fabre, Castres


Sun Jan 07, 2018 9:40 pm
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Post Re: European Rugby Champions Cup - January 12th, 13th & 14th
The excellent Rugby Vision website predicts the following winners:

Bath, La Rochelle, Exeter, Wasps, Clermont, Saracens, Leinster, Toulon, Munster, Castres.


Mon Jan 08, 2018 2:01 pm
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Post Re: European Rugby Champions Cup - January 12th, 13th & 14th
najbritcol wrote:
The excellent Rugby Vision website predicts the following winners:

Bath, La Rochelle, Exeter, Wasps, Clermont, Saracens, Leinster, Toulon, Munster, Castres.

Bath will only beat us if the weather is bad. Given a dry day, we should win. Even in bad weather, we will only go down after an arm wrestle but my money will still be for us to win.


Mon Jan 08, 2018 3:44 pm
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Post Re: European Rugby Champions Cup - January 12th, 13th & 14th
BigRed wrote:
najbritcol wrote:
The excellent Rugby Vision website predicts the following winners:

Bath, La Rochelle, Exeter, Wasps, Clermont, Saracens, Leinster, Toulon, Munster, Castres.

Bath will only beat us if the weather is bad. Given a dry day, we should win. Even in bad weather, we will only go down after an arm wrestle but my money will still be for us to win.


Depends on how many of the injured/rested 1st-choice players come back. We still have no updated info on the state of McNicholl, Halfpenny, Scott or Cawdor. Anyway, Rugby Vision gives Bath a 56% chance of winning and predicts the margin of victory shall be two points.


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Post Re: European Rugby Champions Cup - January 12th, 13th & 14th
najbritcol wrote:
BigRed wrote:
najbritcol wrote:
The excellent Rugby Vision website predicts the following winners:

Bath, La Rochelle, Exeter, Wasps, Clermont, Saracens, Leinster, Toulon, Munster, Castres.

Bath will only beat us if the weather is bad. Given a dry day, we should win. Even in bad weather, we will only go down after an arm wrestle but my money will still be for us to win.


Depends on how many of the injured/rested 1st-choice players come back. We still have no updated info on the state of McNicholl, Halfpenny, Scott or Cawdor. Anyway, Rugby Vision gives Bath a 56% chance of winning and predicts the margin of victory shall be two points.


Might as well not show up then..

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Post Re: European Rugby Champions Cup - January 12th, 13th & 14th
Langland Exile wrote:
najbritcol wrote:
BigRed wrote:
najbritcol wrote:
The excellent Rugby Vision website predicts the following winners:

Bath, La Rochelle, Exeter, Wasps, Clermont, Saracens, Leinster, Toulon, Munster, Castres.

Bath will only beat us if the weather is bad. Given a dry day, we should win. Even in bad weather, we will only go down after an arm wrestle but my money will still be for us to win.


Depends on how many of the injured/rested 1st-choice players come back. We still have no updated info on the state of McNicholl, Halfpenny, Scott or Cawdor. Anyway, Rugby Vision gives Bath a 56% chance of winning and predicts the margin of victory shall be two points.


Might as well not show up then...

Ospreys are the only team that has nothing to lose in the league so might as well throw everything at Saracens to get a result. Not sure how seriously Saracens will be taking this game. We will see once they put out their line up for the game. :dontknow:


Tue Jan 09, 2018 12:39 pm
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Post Re: European Rugby Champions Cup - January 12th, 13th & 14th
BigRed wrote:
Langland Exile wrote:
najbritcol wrote:
BigRed wrote:
najbritcol wrote:
The excellent Rugby Vision website predicts the following winners:

Bath, La Rochelle, Exeter, Wasps, Clermont, Saracens, Leinster, Toulon, Munster, Castres.

Bath will only beat us if the weather is bad. Given a dry day, we should win. Even in bad weather, we will only go down after an arm wrestle but my money will still be for us to win.


Depends on how many of the injured/rested 1st-choice players come back. We still have no updated info on the state of McNicholl, Halfpenny, Scott or Cawdor. Anyway, Rugby Vision gives Bath a 56% chance of winning and predicts the margin of victory shall be two points.


Might as well not show up then...

Ospreys are the only team that has nothing to lose in the league so might as well throw everything at Saracens to get a result. Not sure how seriously Saracens will be taking this game. We will see once they put out their line up for the game. :dontknow:


Saracens have to take it seriously they are not that safe after 2 losses to Clermont and only 1 BP

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Post Re: European Rugby Champions Cup - January 12th, 13th & 14th
Tony Panties wrote:
BigRed wrote:
Langland Exile wrote:
najbritcol wrote:
BigRed wrote:
najbritcol wrote:
The excellent Rugby Vision website predicts the following winners:

Bath, La Rochelle, Exeter, Wasps, Clermont, Saracens, Leinster, Toulon, Munster, Castres.

Bath will only beat us if the weather is bad. Given a dry day, we should win. Even in bad weather, we will only go down after an arm wrestle but my money will still be for us to win.


Depends on how many of the injured/rested 1st-choice players come back. We still have no updated info on the state of McNicholl, Halfpenny, Scott or Cawdor. Anyway, Rugby Vision gives Bath a 56% chance of winning and predicts the margin of victory shall be two points.


Might as well not show up then...

Ospreys are the only team that has nothing to lose in the league so might as well throw everything at Saracens to get a result. Not sure how seriously Saracens will be taking this game. We will see once they put out their line up for the game. :dontknow:


Saracens have to take it seriously they are not that safe after 2 losses to Clermont and only 1 BP


Exactly.


Tue Jan 09, 2018 6:49 pm
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Post Re: European Rugby Champions Cup - January 12th, 13th & 14th
Yes I think Saracens will be targeting 10 points over the next
2 weekends and will get them.


Wed Jan 10, 2018 11:23 pm
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Post Re: European Rugby Champions Cup - January 12th, 13th & 14th
awaywardlad wrote:
Yes I think Saracens will be targeting 10 points over the next
2 weekends and will get them.

I'd like to believe that Ospreys, on their day, can beat most sides.
However, saying this, their 'days' seem to be few and far between.
This weekend is their 'last chance saloon' to glean anything out of this season, so I will be rooting for them as I do for all Wales teams.
There will be players in the Ospreys team that have their last chance of impressing Mr Gatland & co so they will be up for it as will all Wales Regions this weekend.
I'm quietly confident that we will have a good Europe show come Sunday evening. Hopefully, proving the naysayers wrong. :D


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