Bristol Bears starts the 2020/21 Gallagher Premiership season against the team that ended their previous campaign a week earlier than everyone else the club would like to have.
Bristol goes to Ricoh Arena to face Wasps after losing 47-24 to Lee Blackett in the Premiership semi-finals.
Wasps have won their last ten Gallagher Premiership rugby games against Bristol and have been unbeaten in their last fourteen games since the Bears won 26-21 at Memorial Stadium in September 2006.
Bristol has already visited the Ricoh Arena five times in all competitions. The only win was the Premiership Rugby Cup in November 2018.
Unfortunately, fans are again banned from the Ricoh Arena to see the game, but this is where you will find all the ways you can watch the action live.
Yes. The good news is that BT Sport has confirmed that every game during the 2020-21 Gallagher Premiership season will be shown behind closed doors.
Through an agreement between Premiership Rugby and BT Sport, eligible club season ticket holders will have free access to Gallagher Premiership home games in the BT Sport app until Christmas (Round 4) if the destination is verified. The BT Sport Match Pass is aimed at holders of season tickets for participating clubs who do not yet have a BT Sport subscription and who cannot participate in their home games due to the current restrictions.
Bristol Bears rugby writer John Evely will be blogging the game live at the Ricoh Arena and there will be live commentary on BBC Radio Bristol.
Wasp rugby: 15 Lima Sopoaga, 14 Zach Kibirige, 13 Juan de Jongh, 12 Jimmy Gopperth, 11 Josh Bassett, 10 Jacob Umaga, 9 Ben Vellacott; 1 Simon McIntyre, 2 Tommy Taylor, 3 Kieran Brookes, 4 Tim Cardall, 5 James Gaskell, 6 Jack Willis, 7 Thomas Young, 8 Brad Shields.
Replacements: 16 Tom Cruse, 17 Tom West, 18 Jeff Toomaga-Allen, 19 Levi Douglas, 20 Alfie Barbeary, 21 Tom Willis, 22 Sam Wolstenholme, 23 Paolo Odogwu.
Bristol Bears: 15. Piers O’Conor; 14th. Niyi Adeolokun, 13th. Alapati Leiua, 12. Siale Piutau (c), 11. Henry Purdy; 10. Sam Bedlow, 9. Harry Randall; 1. Yann Thomas, 2. Bryan Byrne, 3rd. John Afoa, 4th. Ed Holmes, 5th. Joe Joyce, 6. Chris Vui, 7. Dan Thomas, 8. Jake Heenan.
Replacements: 16. Will Capon, 17. Jake Woolmore, 18th century. Jake Armstrong, 19th. John Hawkins, 20th. James Dun, 21. Tom Kessell, 22. Tom Wilstead, 23. Toby Fricker
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