Exeter Chiefs V Bristol Bears 12th Oct 19

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WON

LOST

%WON

CHIEFS

37 40

4 7

90 85

BRISTOL BEARS

SCRUMS CHIEFS

WON

LOST

%WON

25 28

2 3

93 90

BRISTOL BEARS

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LAST FOUR MEETINGS

DANGERMAN One of the powerhouse forwards within the Gallagher Premiership, NathanHughes, was Bristol’s star capture of the summer, joining the Bears on a three-year deal from league rivals, Wasps. Although born in Lautoka in Fiji, Hughes’ rugby career really started inNew Zealandwhere hewas initially part of the AucklandHigh Performance Academy, beforemaking his debut for the club against Otago in the 2011 ITMCup. Hewould spend two years playing DownUnder before hemoved to

26/01/19 (Premiership Rugby Cup, Ashton Gate) BRISTOL BEARS 10 / EXETER CHIEFS 12

THE FORM GUIDE 05/01/19 (Gallagher Premiership, Sandy Park) EXETER CHIEFS 14 / BRISTOL BEARS 9 18/11/18 (Gallagher Premiership, Ashton Gate) BRISTOL BEARS 29 / EXETER CHIEFS 31 08/04/17 (Aviva Premiership, Sandy Park) EXETER CHIEFS 38 / BRISTOL RUGBY 34

the Premiership in 2013, linking upwithWasps where he quickly made quite a name for himself. During a six-season stint with theMidlanders, he featured 92 times in the top flight, scoring 22 tries in the process. His formbrought himto the attentions of England head coach Eddie Jones, who handed himhis Test debut inNovember 2016, coming off the bench against South Africa at Twickenham. He currently has 20 caps to his name, including one try scored against Argentina in 2017.

Worcester Warriors (A) 19-34

London Irish (H) 44-27

Leicester Tigers (A) 27-7

Gloucester Rugby (H) 20-17

Bath Rugby (H) 28-14

Harlequins (A) 24-12

NATHAN HUGHES

Saracens (N) 37-34

Castres (A) 30-21

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