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11:59KEY EVENTBristol Bears team newsBristol Bears: 15. Noah Heward (2 apps), 14. Ioan Lloyd (70 apps), 13. Harry Ascherl (5 apps), 12. James Williams (6 apps), 11. Henry Purdy (47 apps), 10. Callum Sheedy (149 apps), 9. Andy Uren (150 apps); 1. Jake Woolmore (c) (124 apps), 2. Fred Davies (4 apps), 3. George Kloska (19 apps), 4. Charlie Rice (3 apps), 5. Ed Holmes (93 apps), 6.
Exeter have already secured their place in the semi-final alongside Sale Sharks, who need to secure a bonus point and overturn a 28-point deficit from Friday’s fixture at Ashton Gate. If they fail to achieve the bonus point and overcome that points’ difference, Exeter will play host to them at Sandy Park in the knockout game. The other semi-final will be on Friday 10 February, 7.
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Joe Owen (2 apps), 7. Dan Thomas (123 apps), 8. Aaron Tull (3 apps). Replacements: 16. Jake Kerr (28 apps), 17. Andrew Turner (2 apps), 18. Jay Tyack (8 apps), 19. Paddy Pearce (debut), 20. Macenzzie Duncan (6 apps), 21. Sam Lewis (7 apps), 22. Oscar Lennon (6 apps), 23. Sam Worsley (1 app). 10:16John EvelyThe permutations for Sale heading into the gameFriday night’s Premiership Rugby Cup clash between Bristol Bears and Sale Sharks will determine the Sharks will play home or away in the semi-final on Sunday, 12th February.
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Former Bears Ben Bamber and Alex Groves will pack down in the second row, with an all-Sharks academy back-row in Ewan Murphy, captain Sam Dugdale and Rouban Birch for company. It’s England internationals all the way at half-back as Ford teams up with scrum-half Raffi Quirke. Sam Hill and Tom Curtis combine in the centres while in the back three, Elliot Gourlay and Tom Roebuck start on the wings, with debutant Woodward at full-back. George Ford has been recalled to England's squad for the Six Nations. (Image: 2021 Visionhaus)12:04John EvelyBristol Bears team news headlines Callum Sheedy set for his 150th competitive appearance Three members of last year's title-winning U18s included Ioan Lloyd shifts to the wing, with Henry Purdy and Noah Heward completing the back three.
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