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2020/2021 Fixtures Out


By Saint Ted
September 29 2020

The fixtures for the 2020/2021 season have today been released.

First up is Sale away on Friday 20th November at 8pm.

The first home match is 8 days later, a 2pm kick off against Quins, kick off 2pm.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Full list...

Friday, November 20: Sale Sharks (a), 8pm

Saturday, November 28: Harlequins (h), 2pm

Friday, December 4: Bristol Bears (a), 7.45pm, BT Sport

Saturday, December 26: Worcester Warriors (h), 4.30pm, BT Sport

Sunday, January 3: London Irish (a), 2.30pm

Saturday, January 9: Leicester Tigers (h), 4.30pm, BT Sport

January 29/30/31: Gloucester (a)

February 5/6/7: Wasps (a)

February 12/13/14: Newcastle Falcons (h)

February 19/20/21: Exeter Chiefs (a)

February 26/27/28: Bath (h)

March 5/6/7: Harlequins (a)

March 12/13/14: Sale Sharks (h)

March 19/20/21: Bristol Bears (h)

March 26/27/28: Worcester Warriors (a)

April 16/17/18: London Irish (h)

April 23/24/25: Leicester Tigers (a)

May 7/8/9: Gloucester (h)

May 14/15/16: Newcastle Falcons (a)

May 28/29/30: Wasps (h)

June 4/5/6: Exeter Chiefs (h)

Saturday, June 12: Bath (a)

Premiership play-off semi-finals: June 18/19

Premiership grand final: Saturday, June 26

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2020/2021 Fixtures Out
Discussion started by Marching On , 29/09/2020 10:04
Marching On
29/09/2020 10:04
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Abington Adam
29/09/2020 10:09
It's rather depressing seeing a fixture list released and wondering how far down it we will get before there's any prospect of attending a match in person.

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Duckonstilts
29/09/2020 11:12
Home games on Saturdays. Just a shame i won't be able to go.

Saint Maul
29/09/2020 12:12
I suspect we'll be less affected than higher up clubs by the autumn internationals. I'd just see it as Courtney and Dan and possibly Lewis called up. I suspect a mixture of individual and team form has hampered the chances of the rest. So we should be able to come out of the blocks at the start of the new season without the headache of needing to nurse lots of players to avoid over-playing/dealing with injuries picked up in the internationals.

My other thought is come March onwards will all the clubs we are due to play then still be around? Worcester, Gloucester, Irish, Newcastle, Wasps? Hopefully yes but I wouldnt be surprised to see a casualty or two by then if no crowds are in sight.

Duckonstilts
29/09/2020 14:20
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Saint Maul
My other thought is come March onwards will all the clubs we are due to play then still be around? Worcester, Gloucester, Irish, Newcastle, Wasps? Hopefully yes but I wouldnt be surprised to see a casualty or two by then if no crowds are in sight.

We may well find out which clubs took a gamble on keeping on high value players to avoid the upcoming cap reduction. Hopefully Saints have made a few cost savings so we can ride this out.

Saintlyg
29/09/2020 17:43
I know we can't go to watch (at the moment), but once again we start and finish away from home. think that has happened for what seems forever.

TringSaint
29/09/2020 20:05
Maybe thatís our master stroke - getting the players to play well below their known level so as to drop out of international consideration thus leaving us with a full squad for the entire season.
Just a shame that sale Bristol and glaws have done the same by using loads of saffers and are stacked 1 to 15 with meatheads on acid!!

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