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Saturday 24th September 14:00 GMT

 

Worcester Warriors are winless in the last seven Aviva Premiership matches, the best result that they have achieved during that run, being a 23-23 draw with local rivals Gloucester two weeks ago at Sixways Stadium. On Saturday they try to improve on that record when they welcome the Sale Sharks to their home ground. The most recent Warriors success, came in a dour encounter with the eventually relegated London Irish in late March. The Warriors claiming a 12-6 victory in a match that produced no tries and little rugby to set the pulse racing.

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Sale haven't had a great deal more success in the new season, with just one win and two defeats so far. Their only away game this season, resulted in a 17-19 loss at Newcastle Falcons, a missed last kick penalty costing them a come from behind win. Worcester Warriors will be anxious to repeat last season's 31-23 victory over the Sale Sharks at Sixways, as they seek to avoid becoming embroiled in the predicted relegation dogfight with Bristol and the Falcons. However, they have never yet recorded back to back wins against the Sharks since 2008. The Sharks only win at Sixways since 2009, came in 2014.

Posted: 20th February 2016

 

Worcester Warriors will be hoping that the announcement that Sale Sharks Danny Cipriani will be re-joining Wasps next season, will unsettle the Salford based club, who arrive at Sixways Stadium on Saturday for Round 13 of the Aviva Premiership.

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The Worcester Warriors have lost eight successive Premiership fixtures, since beating the Newcastle Falcons in Round 4, the second of their two wins this season. The other victory came against the Northampton Saints in their first match on returning to the Premiership, after last season's dramatic last second promotion. It is only their ability to collect losing bonus points, that is keeping them off the foot of the table. Last week's narrow home defeat to Bath, saw the Warriors drop into the bottom two, with a mere two point advantage over the exiles of London Irish. The Sharks have won six successive matches in all tournaments, and is their best run since the 2006/07 season. Although seemingly in a lowly seventh position, the Sharks have a game in hand on the clubs above them, and are only three points outside the play-off positions. Worcester haven't enjoyed a win against the Sharks since their 23-16 success at Sixways in October 2012. Since then, the Sharks have won all seven fixtures between the clubs in all tournaments.

Posted: 22nd February 2014

With just eight games left to play in the Aviva Premiership season, Worcester Warriors are still 11 points from safety, and having lost their last 19 games in the competition, it is difficult to imagine that they can find at least three positive results in that time, to save themselves from relegation, and even then they would have to rely on Newcastle Falcons, currently in eleventh place on the table, to lose all of their remaining fixtures. Only Rotherham have recorded a worse losing sequence than the Warriors currently boast, having lost 30 successive Premiership matches between 2001-2004.

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Sale Sharks will be desperate for a try scoring bonus point victory, as they are currently five points behind fourth place Harlequins, who currently occupy the last play-off position, having lost ground last week on Harlequins and Leicester Tigers, following their 10-15 home defeat to the second place Saracens. Sharks won their last away game in the Premiership, at Newcastle Falcons, but haven't won back to back games on the road in the tournament, since 2008/09. Though they have posted five successive wins against the Warriors in all competitions, since Worcester recorded a 23-16 victory on Boxing Day 2012 at Sixways.

Posted: 26th October 2012

The Aviva Premiership continues on Friday, the 26th of November, between the Worcester Warriors and the Sale Sharks, held in Worcester at 20:00 local time and 19:00 GMT. Right now, the Worcester Warriors take the ninth spot on the Aviva Premiership table. They have only been able to win one game of the six that they have played so far, but they are saved from further placement down the table by their one draw. That earns them a total of eleven points and gives them four losses. The London Welsh and Irish are lower than they are.

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As for the Sale Sharks, they are ranked the very last spot on the Aviva Premiership table. They have been able to earn a point, but it is not from winning any games. The leader of the table is the Northampton Saints with 22 points.

Posted: 3rd September 2011

On Saturday, September 3rd we start the first week of matches for the Aviva Premiership, which is England's domestic rugby competition. This week the Worcester Warriors will play the Sale Sharks in Worcester, with the match at 15:00. This is one of the six matches that these twelve teams play this week and right now the Warriors are coached by Richard Hill and Chris Pennell is the captain of the team. Sixways is their home turf. As for the Sale Sharks, they have Kingsley Jones as their coach and James Gaskell is the captain this year.

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Posted: 24th September 2016


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