Bath Rugby fans would like the coaches to keep faith with most of the 15 players who started the 35-17 defeat to Scarlets. We polled blue, black and white supporters to find out what selection they would make if they were in charge for the sixth and final Champions Cup pool stage match. With Rhys Priestland out injured, they voted for Freddie Burns at ten in combination with Kahn Fotuali'i at scrum-half.
Taulupe Faletau has responded to reports he has told Bath Rugby he wants to leave at the end of his current contract. The Wales and Lions number eight joined from Dragons and is on a three-year deal up to the summer of 2019. Wales Online reported today: “Taulupe Faletau has given Bath notice he will be leaving them at the end of next season, with a return to the Dragons on the cards.”Responding to the claim, the 27-year-old said: "I'm really happy at Bath and enjoying my time here.
Bath Rugby have signed Tonga winger Cooper Vuna until the end of the season. The former Worcester Warriors wide man has come in as injury cover for Semesa Rokoduguni, who is recovering from shoulder surgery to fix a fractured bone. The 30-year-old, who switched from rugby league to union in 2011, and can also play in the centres and represented Tonga in the autumn internationals. Vuna said: “I’m really excited that the opportunity to join Bath has come up.
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