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Goodbye to Europe
Toulouse showed us what is required to be successful in Europe with a totally deserved 35-14 victory which ended our hopes of being one of the best three runners-up.
Giving It A Go
We will have to overcome Toulouse's unbeaten record on Sunday if we are to stand any chance of going through as one of the three best runners-up. It will be a tough task specially on their own pitch - but we have selected a side which could upset any applecart.
Can't Lose at Toulouse
It'll be a tough ask but there's no reason why Gloucs cannot win in Toulouse against a side which has already qualified for the European Champions quarter-finals.
Bonus Point Win A Must
Forget Brexit at the end of this month - we want to stay in Europe and to do so we need to beat Montpellier and gain a bonus point at Kingsholm on Saturday -kick off 5.30.
Dare We Dream?
The Shed expects. We start the new decade in third place, having despatched arch rivals Bath with some second half ease, and with Sarries out of contention can this be the season we become champions?
New Decade Starts With Bath
What better way to start a new decade than with a home game against Bath? It's a five pointer with Gloucs just one point and two places between the sides.
Our new found ability to win games in the last quarter - rather than throw them away - gives us new confidence as we look to close out 2019 with a win at Saints.
Christmas Cracker Under Lights
Willi Heinz is back for Gloucs for the first time since arriving back injured from the World Cup. He will lead a strong Cherry and White side in the big derby game at Kinsgholm on Friday night. Kick off 7.45.
The inquest should last a long time this week. Our European hopes are still aliove, but would have been much better if it hadn't been for five minutes of ill discipline and lack of concentration which began with a 24-13 lead and ended with a 27-24 defeat. Possibly a record of the worst kind.
Cherry and Whites Mk.II
If Connacht have been planning for their home leg of the Pool games with Gloucs on the basis of last week's 26-17 defeat at Kingsholm they will have to think again.