With seven consecutive Guinness Premiership wins firmly under the belt, Bath Rugby head to Welford Road tomorrow determined to continue the climb up the table. Kick off, 3pm.
"When we get the formula right we are a pretty tough team to stop," said Skills and Defence Coach Brad Davis. "We know Leicester are abrasive, but we know our game.
"We approach this match in good form and with a real excitement that we are building towards something special. We will play the game to the best of our ability.
"We need to make sure we are ticking all of the boxes and continue to pick up points. We need to focus on ourselves - we are more than capable of achieving a win and at this stage of the season we will just keep looking forward."
Prop David Flatman will not feature tomorrow having sustained a partial tear to his bicep and fellow front-rower David Wilson also remains injured. Ryan Davis's fractured thumb keeps him out of contention and Luke Watson sits out the match having sustained mild concussion.
15. Nick Abendanon
14. Joe Maddock
13. Shontayne Hape
12. Olly Barkley
11. Matt Banahan
10. Butch James
9. Michael Claassens (c)
1. David Barnes
2. Lee Mears
3. Duncan Bell
4. Peter Short
5. Stuart Hooper
6. Andy Beattie
7. Julian Salvi
8. Ben Skirving
16. Pieter Dixon
17. Nathan Catt
18. Aaron Jarvis
19. Danny Grewcock
20. Jonny Faamatuainu
21. Scott Bemand
22. Nicky Little
23. Matt Carraro
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Speaking after the 3rd/4th place play-off defeat to France, Ireland Women's head coach Philip Doyle said: "Semi-final of a World Cup, ranked fourth - I'm absolutely thrilled with that. It's one step, we've learned a huge amount at this World Cup. We'll put it in the bank now and hopefully, in three years' time at the next World Cup, another Irish team will be there (competing in the last-four)."
The Ireland squad got their first taste of the new Canterbury training kit with new sponsor Three on board. Check out the gear as Cian Healy, Tommy Bowe and Devin Toner give us their thoughts and register for updates on shop.irishrugby.ie.
Speaking ahead of the Women's World Cup semi-final against England, Ireland head coach Philip Doyle said: "We're really looking forward to it, it's going to be a great occasion. I'm sure it will be like any another massive game in that it's all down to percentages."
Relive all the drama and excitement of the Ireland Women's historic victory over New Zealand with Wyn Gruffydd's memorable commentary, the roar of the Irish fans in Marcoussis and Fiona Coghlan's inspiring post-match interview.