Gallagher Premiership
Venue: Recreation Ground Date: Friday, 8 March Kick-off: 19:45 GMT
Coverage: Live score updates on BBC local radio and on the BBC Sport website

Toilet make five changes from the side which lost to Harlequins since they host second-placed Saracens, together with Tom Homer.

Winger Jack Wilson and centre Jackson Willison are back, with lock Levi Douglas along with flanker Miles Reid termed in the forward pack.

Sarries make five changes as Alex Lozowski and Alex Lewington enter into the back line, by the triumph over Northampton.

Prop Vincent Koch and flankers Michael Rhodes along with Schalk Burger also start.

A triumph would shoot Saracens back together with leaders Exeter, once again to the top of the Premiership. Toilet start the match six points away fourth-placed Gloucester.

Toilet attack coach Girvan Dempsey told BBC Radio Bristol:

“The simple fact of this rivalry is we can not dwell a lot on the’what ifs’ of their previous four games, we have to study on this and move on.

“We have to improve and learn how to acquire those games and there isn’t any greater test than facing Saracens this weekend.

“we all know how clinical they have a clear kind of that takes the opportunities they create.

“it is a real possibility to concentrate on the mind having discussed using that callous mentality and will to win”

Toilet: Homer; Wilson, Joseph, Willison, McConnochie; Priestland, Chudley (capt); Catt, Dunn, Thomas, Attwood, Douglas, Stooke, Reid, Mercer.

Saracens: Malins; Strettle, Tompkins, Lozowski, Lewington; Goode (co-capt), Spencer; Barrington, Woolstencroft, Koch, Skelton, Isiekwe, Rhodes, Burger, Wray (co-capt).

Replacements: Grey, Lamositele, Judge, Day, Earl, Whiteley, Bosch, Gallagher.

Referee: Andrew Jackson.

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