Gallagher Premiership
Venue: The Recreation Ground Date: Saturday, 17 November Kick-off: 12:45 GMT Coverage: BBC local radio and the BBC Sport website

Toilet are without winger Joe Cokanasiga and forward Charlie Ewels and Zach Mercer, who are in the England side for Saturday’s meeting with Japan.

Flanker Sam Underhill is on the bench at Twickenham.

For Warriors, blindside flanker Matti Williams makes his first Premiership start Together with Hill on England duty and Marco Mama ( hamstring ) sidelined.

Perry Humphreys starts on the wing set of Wales’ Josh Adams.

Nick Schonert has been released to play with at prop and Duncan Weir, who has spent training with Scotland, is. But, although not mandatory this weekend, Lions center Ben Te’o again does not feature for Worcester.

Toilet have both winger Cooper Vuna and center Jackson Willison up against their former facet for the very first time.

The Blue, Black and Whites, who are in eighth a location below Worcester, are with gone seven games without a win.

But that sequence was started by league defeats from the top two, Saracens and Exeter, accompanied with a narrow house European Champions Cup 22-20 reduction at Toulouse, then the 35-35 draw with Wasps, before three consecutive defeats in the Premiership Rugby Cup with a weakened team.

Worcester, compared, had won five matches on the trot (the 52-7 thumping of Bristol, two European Challenge Cup victories and two in the Premiership Rugby Cup) until last weekend’s loss to Saracens.

Toilet: Homer; Rokoduguni, Willison, Roberts, Vuna; Burns, Chudley; Catt, Dunn, Thomas, Attwood, Stooke, Garvey (capt), Ellis, Bayliss.

Replacements: Walker, Van Rooyen, Perenise, Charteris, Douglas, Fotuali’i, Wright, McConnochie.

Referee: Christophe Ridley.