All setups, team news, live actions, reactions, highlights and analyzes from the opening game of the Gallagher 2020/21 Premiership
Bristol Bears will head to the Ricoh Arena on Sunday to face Wasps Rugby in the 2020/21 season’s opening game, just under a month after last season ended.
Bristol Bears wrapped up the 2019/20 season and took their first major trophy in 37 years as a winner from Toulon to win the European Challenge Cup. The heads of the coaches and players will not concentrate on success, however, but on the difficult 47 -24 thrashing was handed to them by Wasps at the last meeting of the two clubs in the Premiership semi-finals.
Wasps came up only briefly in the final, losing 19-13 to Exeter Chiefs. They will try to get even better this season.
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The ball is whipped towards the wings that Jake Heenan is waiting for. He rides the first challenge, but then two more wasp players fly in to touch him.
Bristol reclaims the ball after kick-off, reaching from side to side to look for another chance.
Josh Bassett collapses the grand piano before dumping it to Tom Willis, who walks in under the jamb.
Bristol camps on its trial line, trying to keep the large, coordinated trips away from the wasps to the front.
He is being isolated and, despite Harry Randall’s best efforts, Wasps countered and won a sales fine for not being released.
He gets the ball and breaks the back of a mini-mouth for some fun in the open air. Piers O’Conor must try to save the device.
O’Conor then turns the ball over by tearing it free on contact a few phases later.
Bristol breaks the line through Leiua but Alfie Barbeary pulls the ball out and then carries it back with real interest, fending off attempted tackles.
Juan de Jongh is back in action when Jack Willis wins another major turnover penalty.
Bristol has taken the difficulty of their attempted passes down a bit and it works when the bears finally put on sustained pressure.
Sam Bedlow is quick to add the extras as the bears want to make the most of the yellow card.
Harry Randall is over within 30 seconds of the second of two quick tap penalties.
They catch and drive, but Jack Willis gets in to wrap the ball and stop the bears from getting it out.
Alapati Leuiua shows what he is about, he takes the ball on the outside arch and breaks off.
Dan Thomas and Chris Vui pick up the ball before the attack ends with an illegal play by Juan de Jongh, who was sidelined.
Wasps seem to have woken up here as an attacking force that is threatening to the bears.
Joe Joyce is currently having a head treatment. He appears to have taken a friendly fire from his teammate who caught him with one knee on the head in line.
The bears quickly take out the 5-yard line and Harry Randall speeds through a gap. He finds Purdy picking up the ball but then the winger puts the box kick in direct contact and their attack was so successful they are now off the 22 so we come all the way back to do a wasp line.
Niyi Adeolokun makes a breathtaking attempt to save Zach Kibirige, who wants to run into the corner for all the money. He knocks the ball out of the wasp wing’s hands as he dives into it.
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