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The Weekend Guide to the Aviva Premiership

by 15/09/2017 20:06:00 0 comments 1 Views
  • Aviva Premiership returns as Newcastle and Saracens get ready to play in USA
  • The showpiece in Philadelphia will hope to raise the sports awareness 
  • Meanwhile, Leicester face Gloucester and Wasps face Harlequins this weekend
  • Here is your overall weekend guide to this week's Aviva Premiership

By Will Kelleher For The Daily Mail

Published: 17:31 EDT, 15 September 2017 | Updated: 20:06 EDT, 15 September 2017

The Aviva Premiership returns for another set of fixture's this weekend, but this time with a slight difference. 

The most interesting tie will surely be held between Newcastle and Saracens, with the fixture being played in the Talen Energy Stadium, Philadelphia. 

With that game and the others, WILL KELLEHER has his say on this weekend's match-ups.

Saracen's Maro Itoje is set to start as his side face Newcastle in Philadelphia on Saturday 
Saracen's Maro Itoje is set to start as his side face Newcastle in Philadelphia on Saturday 

Saracen's Maro Itoje is set to start as his side face Newcastle in Philadelphia on Saturday 

LEICESTER v GLOUCESTER 

Saturday 3pm Welford Road - LIVE BT Sport 2 from 2.30pm 

Ed Slater will face his former club at his old ground - the Gloucester second row starts. The man he was swapped for, Jonny May, continues on the Tigers' left wing. Billy Twelvetrees also makes a Welford Road return for the Cherry & Whites. Leicester have never lost three in a row at the start of the season in the Premiership era.

Prediction: Home win

Jonny May (pictured) will face Gloucester's Ed Slater, the man he replaced at Leicester
Jonny May (pictured) will face Gloucester's Ed Slater, the man he replaced at Leicester

Jonny May (pictured) will face Gloucester's Ed Slater, the man he replaced at Leicester

NEWCASTLE v SARACENS 

Saturday 10pm Talen Energy Stadium - LIVE BT Sport 2 from 9pm

Billy Vunipola returns for Saracens after the shoulder injury which ruled him out of the Lions tour. Owen Farrell, Liam Williams, Jamie George and Maro Itoje all start in Philadelphia too. Fijian flyer Vereniki Goneva starts for the Falcons.

Prediction: Away win

Saracens will come up against Newcastle at the Talen Energy Stadium on Saturday night
Saracens will come up against Newcastle at the Talen Energy Stadium on Saturday night

Saracens will come up against Newcastle at the Talen Energy Stadium on Saturday night

WASPS v HARLEQUINS

Sunday 3pm Ricoh Arena - LIVE BT Sport 1 from 2.30pm

Elliot Daly's appearance in the No 13 shirt on Sunday means all English Lions will have played a game come the end of the weekend. Christian Wade also returns after recovering from a minor knock. Teen star Marcus Smith plays fly-half for Quins as Lions Joe Marler and Kyle Sinckler are at prop. The Londoners look to end Wasps' 21-match winning streak at home.

Prediction: Home win 

The Harlequins will hope to end the Wasps 21- match winning streak at home on Sunday 
The Harlequins will hope to end the Wasps 21- match winning streak at home on Sunday 

The Harlequins will hope to end the Wasps 21- match winning streak at home on Sunday 

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