10 Dec, 12:23
Ireland's John Lacey will referee his first ever RBS 6 Nations match in February, while Alain Rolland is also included in the Elite Panel in what is his last season.
After that Newcastle Falcons come to Galway for the first of the back-to-back clashes between the sides in the European Challenge Cup, with Connacht travelling to the north of England the following week.
But for now Bradley wants his players to look no further than Friday's encounter with Cetransa El Salvador as they bid to bounce back from the disappointing 15-6 loss away to Brive.
"This was the second game running where we didn't take our chances. It's something we hope won't be repeated but it was disappointing because we should have put them away.
"We played very well in the opening half and thought we had a try from Conor McPhillips but the referee did not see it that way so we went in six points down," he said.
Bradley said that they should have built up a winning lead in the second half but missed several chances in contrast to a Brive side who took everything which came their way.
"It would be worse if we weren't creating the chances but it is something we have to address and work from there. The spirit is high in the camp but we need to show it on the scoreboard."