Not at Bath fans need telling but that is defeat number nine of the league season, with a further heavy loss in the Premiership Rugby Cup to Gloucester and pre-season loss to Cardiff Rugby. 40-1975 minsJohn EvelyTime running out on BathBath work their way up to the Saints try line, only for an error at the ruck to cost them and allow Saints to clear. Another try from the away side would see them at least get an attacking bonus point for four attacking tries. 40-19. 16:46John EvelyMatch actionFraser Dingwall of Northampton Saints goes past Lewis Boyce 67 minsJohn EvelyTRY - Northampton SaintsA cross-field kick from George Furbank to a wide open Courtnall Skosan gives Saints another try, their sixth of the gameThat is maybe the easiest finish of Skosan's career.
The backline uses the overlap in the wide channel to put Skosan in the corner, who fights off two defenders as he touches down. Biggar puts the conversion wide33-1948 minsJohn EvelyTRY - Bath RugbyWell, well. Bath take advantage of their extra man instantly as Will Stuart quickly picks up at the back of a ruck and storms over the line. Tom de Glanville converts. We have a game. 28-1947 minsJohn EvelyYELLOW CARD - Northampton SaintsTom Dunn and Sam Underhill drive for the try line from a 5m lineout but can't get over. However the visitors were playing with a penalty advantage and Sam Matavesi is carded following some illegal defensive efforts.
16:01John EvelyHalf time stats16:00John EvelyHalf time thoughts from our man at the game Nathan RussellBath have had to adapt following injuries to the starting half-back pairing. To clarify positioning Max Ojomoh is out of position at fly-half, although Tom de Glanville is kicking, while Rokoduguni is in the centres now with Gabe Hamer Webb off the bench and onto the flank. While luck has not exactly been on their side, Bath have not been as stubborn in defence as we saw last week.
Furbank converts. 65 minsJohn EvelySaints pressureThe game's barely left the Bath 22 in this portion. Some handling errors are proving costly for Saints, but it's clear who's in control of this game however the Blue, Black and White are hanging in there. 33-19. 60 minsJohn EvelyBig turn over saves BathSaints scrum half Alex Mitchell's dummy puts Saints in the Bath 22, but the Blue, Black and Whites recompose to turn the ball over and clear. 55 minsJohn EvelyBath's momentum stoppedBath making their way up the field nicely, but a not-straight throw from Tom Dunn puts the attack to a stop. 52 minsJohn EvelyTRY - Northampton SaintsSpringbok Courtnall Skosan scores his sixth try of the season since joining the club this summer.
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28-1245 minsJohn EvelyBath in prime positionFollowing the penalty for the high tackle on Williams Bath have sustained pressure in the Saints 22. The lineout awaits. 28-12. 43 minsJohn EvelyWilliams replaced Williams returns to his feet to leave the field. He is replaced by Ewan Richards. 43 minsJohn EvelyMore injury concernsBath's injury woes are going from bad to worse as Mike Williams is clocked by an Alex Moon shoulder. The club's medical staff are on as well as some ambulance staff. The stretchers are out but of course the medical teams are very cautious these days and he is now sitting up. 16:05John EvelySecond half kicks offMax Ojomoh sends it into the Saints half to get the second half underway.
Your number will not be used for any purpose other than to update you on all things Bath Rugby. For more exclusive rugby content sign up to South West rugby writer John Evely's Rugby Week newsletter right here with a Team of the Week and all the latest news from around the West Country during the 2021/22 season. 00:29KEY EVENTStuart Hooper reflects on Bath’s injury hampered loss to Saints as Danny Cipriani and Ben Spencer go downFollowing a 40-19 defeat to Northampton Saints at Franklin’s Gardens, Bath director of rugby Stuart Hooper insisted injuries were to blame for the side’s worst ever Gallagher Premiership start continuing. Despite tries from Sam Underhill, Lewis Boyce and Will Stuart, the Blue, Black and Whites ultimately succumbed as injuries to Danny Cipriani and Ben Spencer proved costly.
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