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PREVIEW: BATH v ULSTER Both teams’ up
Posted by: Comeonmylovers.co.uk (IP Logged)
Date: 12 November, 2019 11:50

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Re: NO SURRENDER: BATH v ULSTER
Posted by: Optimist (IP Logged)
Date: 12 November, 2019 11:59

Are Watson and Joseph definitely not in the mix? Or is that just the assumption? Can't see that JJ was over-stretched at the RWC. And while Watson certainly worked hard he hasn't played that many games this year.

Re: PREVIEW: BATH v ULSTER
Posted by: shipwrecked (IP Logged)
Date: 12 November, 2019 12:31

Underhill and Louw?.......my feeling is they will be rested both played in the final and Flo probably still has a hangover!



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Re: PREVIEW: BATH v ULSTER
Posted by: BathMatt53 (IP Logged)
Date: 12 November, 2019 13:04

Agree - Underhill and Louw should get some proper rest, its not like we are desperate for back rowers at the moment.

JJ, RM and JC are all needed and didn't get much match time so if they are rested and not too jet lagged etc. I would definitely like to see them there with Levi still singing and Aled presumably banned for a bit.



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Re: PREVIEW: BATH v ULSTER
Posted by: Optimist (IP Logged)
Date: 12 November, 2019 13:18

I know they will all be pretty knackered, but conversely, they should all be at an absolute peak of fitness. If we don't win this game, we can pretty much say goodbye - at the first hurdle - to Q-F qualification. I'd rather rest them against Quins.



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Re: PREVIEW: BATH v ULSTER
Posted by: shipwrecked (IP Logged)
Date: 12 November, 2019 14:04

Quote:
BathMatt53
Agree - Underhill and Louw should get some proper rest, its not like we are desperate for back rowers at the moment.
JJ, RM and JC are all needed and didn't get much match time so if they are rested and not too jet lagged etc. I would definitely like to see them there with Levi still singing and Aled presumably banned for a bit.

Just on Aled a bit, I hope he doesn't get put off by the card, I thought it a bit harsh but understandable, he does tend to fly up but I quite like his in your face aggression, it certainly flustered their back 3.



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Re: PREVIEW: BATH v ULSTER
Posted by: Robbinho (IP Logged)
Date: 12 November, 2019 14:08

The 'No Surrender' reference is very convoluted and in pretty poor taste.



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Re: PREVIEW: BATH v ULSTER
Posted by: dr.bath1865 (IP Logged)
Date: 12 November, 2019 14:18

AW's in Canada, with Genge and Sinkler, according to his Instagram. So can't see him taking part!

JJ is back in the mix at Farleigh, as is RMcc. Unsure about Underhill and JCok and I'd expect Flouw not to be out of the bar yet (and fair enough!).

This weekend, I'd put JJ, Ruaridh and Joe into the XV and, given the importance of the game, Sam in too, if he's back, fit and keen. Then Sam can have the week off when Flouw has sobered up.

It's a balancing act and different clubs are handling it in different ways, with Exe chucking their players back in last weekend and others (Sale, I see) giving them a few weeks off. Given it's at home, winnable and a very important European match, I'd like to see those present and fit picked.



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Re: PREVIEW: BATH v ULSTER
Posted by: Clarkey3k (IP Logged)
Date: 12 November, 2019 14:24

Bookies struggling to split the sides for this match, Bath 10/11, Ulster even money. I think we will win. I sense a fortress Rec mentality emerging and would expect to see our underused RWC backs in the 23 for Saturday. The game is being shown live on C4...



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Re: PREVIEW: BATH v ULSTER
Posted by: bardofavon (IP Logged)
Date: 12 November, 2019 14:29

surprosed to hear genge is still swanning around post rwc. he hardly played in japan plus it looks like tigers could do with his help.



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Re: PREVIEW: BATH v ULSTER
Posted by: Mike the Taxi (IP Logged)
Date: 12 November, 2019 14:30

Quote:
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Bookies struggling to split the sides for this match, Bath 10/11, Ulster even money. I think we will win. I sense a fortress Rec mentality emerging and would expect to see our underused RWC backs in the 23 for Saturday. The game is being shown live on C4...


… followed by Barbarians v Fiji on BBC1 !



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Re: PREVIEW: BATH v ULSTER
Posted by: BathMatt53 (IP Logged)
Date: 12 November, 2019 15:11

Quote:
Robbinho
The 'No Surrender' reference is very convoluted and in pretty poor taste.

Agree with that. A lot of pain has been associated with that phrase over the years.



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Re: PREVIEW: BATH v ULSTER
Posted by: Bathovalballer (IP Logged)
Date: 12 November, 2019 16:13

Wonder if Mr Genge may be disillusioned with Leicester and may like to return to the West Country, especially his home town of Bristol. Can see him doing so in the fullness of time.



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Re: PREVIEW: BATH v ULSTER
Posted by: Bath Supporter Jack (IP Logged)
Date: 12 November, 2019 16:55

He might like it but I doubt they would take him back......



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Re: PREVIEW: BATH v ULSTER
Posted by: joethefanatic (IP Logged)
Date: 12 November, 2019 17:11

Quote:
Robbinho
The 'No Surrender' reference is very convoluted and in pretty poor taste.

Very much this sad smiley



... IMHO, of course.

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Re: PREVIEW: BATH v ULSTER
Posted by: BathMatt53 (IP Logged)
Date: 12 November, 2019 17:36

Quote:
Bathovalballer
Wonder if Mr Genge may be disillusioned with Leicester and may like to return to the West Country, especially his home town of Bristol. Can see him doing so in the fullness of time.

It was reported that they recently failed to get him back.



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Re: PREVIEW: BATH v ULSTER
Posted by: Bath Supporter Jack (IP Logged)
Date: 12 November, 2019 17:58

Amazing!

After they got rid of him last time I guess Svengali Lam thinks he can manage him....



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Re: PREVIEW: BATH v ULSTER
Posted by: B4thB4ck (IP Logged)
Date: 12 November, 2019 18:23

Quote:
joethefanatic
Quote:
Robbinho
The 'No Surrender' reference is very convoluted and in pretty poor taste.

Very much this sad smiley

Can we at least change the thread title please? I am no expert but I can see why this could be a problem. Thanks.



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Re: PREVIEW: BATH v ULSTER
Posted by: ChippenhamRoman (IP Logged)
Date: 12 November, 2019 20:21

Quote:
Robbinho
The 'No Surrender' reference is very convoluted and in pretty poor taste.

Why?



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Re: PREVIEW: BATH v ULSTER
Posted by: ilovebathtime (IP Logged)
Date: 12 November, 2019 21:15

Quote:
ChippenhamRoman
Quote:
Robbinho
The 'No Surrender' reference is very convoluted and in pretty poor taste.

Why?

Maybe watch the brilliant Brian O'Driscoll documentary shoulder to shoulder if you want to learn a bit more about the troubles and why it shouldn't be trivialised. The use of language used by either side in a sporting context is for me unnecesarily antagonistic.



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