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Friday 19 February
Bath v Gloucester – 19:45 GMT
In their last 2 home games against Gloucester, Bath came back from 14 points down at halftime to draw with a 2nd half Tom Dunn brace in 2018 and came back from 10 points down at halftime to win, with a 2nd half Tom Dunn brace in 2020.
The team leading at halftime has won 2 of the previous 10 games in this fixture.
Bath are looking to avoid losing 4 in a row at home for the first time in the league, Gloucester an 8th consecutive league defeat for the first time since 1999.
Gloucester have won 4 of their previous 22 Premiership games.
Only 1 card shown in the previous 9 meetings between the teams in the league – a contrast to the 7 cards shown in one match in April 2014.
Saturday 20 February
Harlequins v Sale Sharks – 13:00 GMT
Quins have won 11 of their last 12 home games v Sale, with the visitors ahead at halftime just once.
Sale have outscored Quins 2nd half in 10 of the previous 12 games.
Quins are averaging the most 1st half points this season, with an average of 18 and have led by 17,18 and 13 points at halftime in their most recent 3 games.
Sale have won 7 of their previous 8 away games and are looking for a 5th in a row for the first time since 2014.
Leicester Tigers v Wasps – 15:00 GMT
Leicester have trailed at halftime in 10 consecutive games v Wasps.
Leicester have won 9 of their previous 10 home games v Wasps.
Wasps scored a total of 3 points in 2nd half in last 3 visits to Welford Road.
6/7 Leicester games this season have been decided by 10 points or more.
Wasps have scored 17 points in each of their previous 3 games. The last time they scored under 20 points in 4 consecutive matches was March 2019.
Exeter Chiefs v Northampton Saints – 15:00 GMT
Exeter have won the previous 7 home games v Saints, outscoring them 153-30 in the 2nd half.
Exeter have kept opponents scoreless 2nd half in 4 of their 9 league matches this season.
Saints are aiming for a 3rd consecutive away win for the first time since April 2019.
Exeter have scored over 40 tries from forwards in each of the previous 3 seasons and have 19 in 9 games this season.
Sunday 21 February
Worcester Warriors v Wasps – 15:00 GMT
Bristol are conceding an average of 6 points in the 2nd half and only Sale have outscored them after halftime this season.
Bristol average the most metres carried, passes, offloads and defenders beaten this season.
A win for London Irish would be their 3rd in a row at home for the first time since February 2016.
A victory for Bristol would be first time they’d won 4 in a row away in the league.