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Friday 6th January 19:45 GMT

 

Two clubs who have lost each of their last two outings in the Aviva Premiership, Newcastle Falcons and Bath, clash at Kingston Park Stadium on Friday night in the opening fixture of Round 13 in the tournament regular season. The Falcons losses have come against the top two clubs in the table, going down 6-21 at reigning Champions Saracens on Christmas Eve, and then losing a thriller at home to table leaders Wasps 30-34 just six days later. The Newcastle Falcons have manage a total of 23 tries in their first 12 games of the competition, with 10 of those coming in the last two games they have played at Kingston Park, as well as the four they posted against Wasps, they scored six times in a 38-32 success against Harlequins at the beginning of December.

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Bath have registered just one win in the last four Premiership games that they have played, a 14-11 victory over Saracens at the Rec at the beginning of December. A poor run of results that has seen them slip to fourth in the table, a full 10 points adrift of the leaders Wasps. The last time that Bath Rugby tasted victory on the road in any competition, was at Sandy park against the Exeter Chiefs in the Premiership way back at the end of October, when a try in the 86th minute gave them a 13-10 win. When the two clubs met at Kingston Park in the Premiership last season, the Falcons won by 19-14, which is their only success against Bath in the last dozen meetings of the two sides.

Posted: 2nd January 2016

 

Newcastle Falcons sank to the foot of the Aviva Premiership table last weekend, as the result of London Irish recording a first win of the season at home against the Northampton Saints. The Falcons now sit two points adrift of the Exiles, as they prepare to face Bath at Kingston Park Stadium on Saturday in Round 8 of this season's tournament. The Newcastle Falcons have managed two victories on home soil in five attempts this season, but both have come in the Challenge Cup, against the Russian minnows of Enisei and Connacht from Ireland. Three Premiership fixtures have all ended in defeat, and they have failed to pick up a losing bonus point from any of those matches. Bath have struggled to find any sort of consistency this season, and find themselves in seventh position in the Premiership table, with three wins and four defeats to date. Last weekend, the West Country side defeated Worcester Warriors at the Rec by 21-14, but have yet to win back to back matches this season in the Premiership.

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Bath do have an amazing sequence of success against the club from the North East. The Falcons having managed to defeat them just once in the last 20 meetings of the two clubs in all tournaments, in a run stretching back to 2004. That win for the Falcons came in 2009 when they won by 27-16 at the Rec. The Falcons last success on home soil came way back in 2003, since when Bath Rugby have won on 10 successive trips to Newcastle.

Posted: 10th April 2015

 

Newcastle Falcons who host Bath at Kingston Park Stadium on Friday night have not tasted success in any competition since they defeated London irish at the Madejski Stadium in Reading since early February. Last weekend, they suffered a heavy defeat in Devon against the Exeter Chiefs in the Challenge Cup quarter-final, effectively bringing an end to their competitive season. The Falcons sit in eleventh position in the Aviva Premiership table, but due to the trials and tribulations suffered by London Welsh, they are already safe from relegation. Friday's opponents on the other hand, and still in the mix for the sought after post-season play-off places. Currently in third position, just a point adrift of Saracens, Bath Rugby are also just two points ahead of fifth positioned Exeter Chiefs.

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After last weekend's desperately disappointing Champions Cup exit at the hands of Leinster, even though they outscored their opponents by 2-0 tries, the team from the West Country will be anxious to claim a tenth successive win at Kingston park. Their last reverse at the venue coming over a decade ago in 2003, when the home team won a tight match 19-17. In fact the only time that the Newcastle Falcons have come out on top between the two clubs since 2004, a run of 19 games, was in 2009 when they won at the Rec by 27-16.

Posted: 6th September 2013

 

Newly promoted Newcastle’s first game sees them take on Bath Rugby in the 2013/14 Aviva Premiership openers this weekend. Watch Newcastle Falcons v Bath live on your computer by joining watchliverugby.tv today. Newcastle comfortably won the RFU Championship last season, finishing with 98 points winning the regular league by a whopping 24 point margin over Nottingham. They faced Bedford in the playoff finals and won 49-33 on aggregate over two legs. The Falcons won 21 in a row in the Championship last season before losing their last league game to Bristol.

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The game also marks Dean Richards’ first game back in the top flight of English rugby union after his “Bloodgate” ban with Quins. The Falcons have already played Bath in pre-season, drawing with the West Country outfit and then losing to Edinburgh and beating Connacht in subsequent games. Bath finished a disappointing 7th last season and will be without star flanker Francois Louw, who is on international duty with South Africa. Former Bok scrumhalf Michael Claassens and World Cup winning All Black Stephen Donald have left the club, but they have made a couple of high profile signings in the form of George Ford and Gavin Henson. Who will triumph in this AVIVA Premiership opener? Watch Newcastle v Bath Rugby online and find out.

Posted: 3rd September 2011

On Saturday, September 3rd, the Aviva Premiership will start up again, with the Newcastle Falcons and Bath Rugby playing in Newcastle this week, as we start out the new season of the Premiership. This match happens at 18:30 local time, and last year the Newcastle Falcons left the table in the eleventh place, having played 22 games, and winning only four. Bath was in fifth last year after winning 13 out of 22 games, drawing one time in the competition and losing the rest. That gave them a grand total of sixty two points at the end of the season.

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Posted: 6th January 2017


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