Back into a week of Premiership Rugby before the greatest annual tournament begins next weekend. Another treble landed last week, we are on a roll since the start of the month and we want to keep it going rolling into the 6 Nations.

Northampton Saints vs London Irish 24/1/20 7:45 ko

Friday night lights at Franklin’s Gardens. Saints have so much trust in their youth and the depth of their squad that they will not worry about missing their English and Welsh contingent. Saints have won 4 on the bounce with some very taking results. Their 2nd half performance last weekend away at Lyon was really taking. London Irish on the other hand have lost their last 6 in all competitions, and have really looked to struggle now competing at the top table of English rugby. On Average in those last 6 matches their losing margin has been 17 points. 4 of those against much weaker competition than they face Friday night. With the relegation of Saracens now confirmed, they do not have to worry about competing every week to try and stay up. They can pick games to target, Saints away will not be one they are targeting

Northampton -15 handicap 10/11 most major bookies – Lost

Exeter vs Sale 25/1/20 3:00 ko

If there is a form team in Europe right now, it is the Exeter Chiefs. They confirmed a home quarter in Europe last weekend, sit top of the Premiership before the weekend starts. They lose a few players to England’s little trip to Portugal, but have players who slot seamlessly into the starting lineup. Sale continue to struggle away from Salford. They have game changers and match winners, but when they lose a couple of their big performers they begin to struggle, and Sandy Park is not where you want to be travelling when not at full strength

Exeter -10 handicap 10/11 most major bookies – Lost

Bath vs Leicester Tigers 25/1/20 3:00 ko

An old rivalry, going back to the early 90s, there have been some ding dong battles between these two. Both sides missing internationals this weekend, that will not ease the spice here. Bath are all about firepower up front this year, they score the majority of their tries through their forwards and Tigers do not have the forward pack of old. If the magic of game control of Freddie Burns or Ryse Priestland plays the game in the right areas of the pitch then this is a no brainier, they still have the match winners like Rocko and Aled Brew out wide who can score out of nothing as well

Bath -4 handicap 10/11 most major bookies – Lost

Play the doubles and treble this weekend and look out for our 6 Nations tournament bets

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