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8 14. Chris Ashton: Given the dominance of the first half, it was a surprise he didn’t seem to see much of the ball. He showed his skill and class in key moments though. Surprisingly for Ashton, the best was a defensive moment that could have won the game for Tigers, forcing a forward pass when Bath should have scored. 6 13. Harry Potter: Unfortunately for Potter, his and Tigers' evening ultimately came down to four knock-ons by the Aussie. Once having the ball forced out of his hand, and two costly drops when the tryline beckoned cost the Tigers what would have been an unassailable lead. Then, a knock on in the backfield in the second half gave Bath field position from which they eventually scored. 4 12. Matt Scott: On the whole, he managed to keep an exciting Bath backline, and in particular Ollie Lawrence, quiet, despite an early carry. In attack, he demonstrated that he’s capable of hard yards needed at 12, and not dying with the ball after suggesting it at Quins last time out. 6 11. Nemani Nadolo: If any single player depicted the overall sway of the momentum, it was Nadolo. In the first half, he was unplayable, encapsulated by his try. Those collective frustrations were eased with the last play of the half as Tigers reverted to the foundations of their 2021/22 title success, kicking to the corner where a formidable driving maul was finished off by James Cronin. A cagey second half saw Bailey land two penalties either side of a Burns effort to see Bath trail by four with 10 minutes to play and they should've snatched victory when Matt Gallagher broke through only for Watson to intercept when racing towards his own goalline. Bath gave themselves one last chance when the Tigers' scrum lost its feet and Gallagher punched a monstrous 50-metre kick to touch and then provided the assist for the match-winning score. Here's how LeicestershireLive rated the Tigers players out of ten... 15. Anthony Watson: It was a really assured performance in attack and defence from the former Bath man. Impeccable under the high ball all evening, as well as some good moments with ball in hand. He always seems to beat the first man after he takes the ball. Amazing work to back track and stop a late Bath attack which should’ve led to a match-winning try. Leicester Tigers - Latest Rugby Union News How to watch Bath v Leicester on TNT Sports - live stream and TV details TNT Preview | Tigers vs Bath Leicester Tigers - Official Site 07:28. Team news ... The Irishman has previously said in interview he likes a jackal or two and proved that with a ninth-minute poach. Conceded one penalty and made way just before the hour-mark for fresh legs to enter proceedings. 6. 5 2. Charlie Clare: Lineout work was supreme. It’s an area of the game that shouldn’t be overlooked given the amount of points Tigers score from this area of the pitch. Was penalised for going ahead of the kicker that cost his side 50 metres and, ultimately three points. Went the distance on a sapping evening in Somerset. Leicester Tigers - Gallagher Premiership Rugby Leicester Tigers vs Bath 04.03.2023 Rugby Full Match Replay Gallagher High quality NRL rugby league today matches replay live broadcasts, secure & free. The hosts had operated with precious little possession or territory but struck from deep as Bailey and Jonathan Joseph combined to expose a defensive dogleg, allowing Miles Reid to put Ted Hill in for a runaway score. Smart work from Watson and Chris Ashton down the left wing unlocked Bath as Potter rolled towards the line only to just lose control when grounding. Bath vs Leicester Tigers Predictions & Tips 1 day ago — To add to the In-Play excitement, bet365 stream over 200,000 events live to your PC every year - so you can bet as the action unfolds. A deliberate knock-on gave Bath an easy three points. 5 9. Richard Wigglesworth: In the first half, everything that was good could be traced from Wigglesworth. His speed from the base and kicking was excellent, guiding the marauding forwards into weak defenders. He also showed his footballing skills with a neat kick from ground of scrum in build-up to a Potter no-try. He was unable to put his team in the same positions in the second period. 7 1. James Cronin: Scored his third try in seven Tigers games from a rolling maul before half-time. For anyone else, that would have been a really difficult finish, for him, easy. However, after the break, he barely touched the ball, as Bath came back into the game. 7 10. Freddie Burns: An up-and-down game on his return to the Rec for Burns. There were flashes of the sublime, with a brilliant pass across defence to Nadolo, as well as a delicious chip that should have given Potter a try. However, after the break, Tigers badly needed to be playing their rugby in the Bath half, and his kicking was wayward, highlighted with a weird decision to grubber to seemingly no-one when Tigers had a rare attack. Leicester Tigers player ratings from agonising Bath defeat 11 Nov 2022 — leicestermercuryLoad mobile navigation. News · Latest News · County News Leicester City free transfer plan revealed as grim injury fears ...


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