Can see Leicester outmuscling Bath up front. And Bath's backs, while nowhere near as bad as some critics have made out, are not yet good enough to win a game with the limited ball they could well receive against the Tiggers.
After the Win Leicester got over the Champions Sale last weekend, I would say that they should walk this, but I dont believe it will be the rec is always a tough ground to go to and usually find Leicester face tough competition when they play at Bath.. Sense would tell me to say Leicester by 10 but Heart tells me Bath by 5, a close but entertaining game.
I am gonna go with Heart over sense and say Bath by 5.
Bath team for tomorrow, showing six changes from last week. Fuimaono is still frustratingly injured.
15. Nick Abendanon 14. Andy Higgins 13. Shaun Berne 12. Olly Barkley 11. Joe Maddock 10. Chris Malone 9. Nick Walshe 1. David Flatman 2. Lee Mears 3. Duncan Bell 4. Steve Borthwick (captain) 5. Danny Grewcock 6. Peter Short 7. Gareth Delve 8. Isaac Feaunati
16. Rob Hawkins 17. David Barnes 18. James Scaysbrook 19. Rob Fidler 20. Andy Williams 21. Ryan Davis 22. Michael Stephenson
Couldn't believe it listening to the radio (although it did keep cutting out and I missed two tries and a drop goal). Sounds like Abendanon(anonanonanon)'s try was a cracker, starting deep in Bath teritory, although Sky News just neglected to show it.
Six points from two tough opening games is a pretty decent showing. More of the same, please Mr Meehan.