com/gb-en/ Viaplay costs £14. 99 to sign up on a monthly basis with subscription costing £11. 99 per month if you sign up for the discounted annual subscription. How else can I follow the game? If you are not going to watch the game on TV or be inside the stadium, SomersetLive will be live blogging the match bringing you all the build-up, team news, live key event updates, reaction, stats, analysis, interviews and highlights. There will also be live audio commentary from BBC Radio Somerset. What's the team news? Glasgow Warriors: 15. Josh McKay, 14.
How to watch Glasgow Warriors v Bath Rugby live on TV and full team newsRemarkably Bath Rugby can still qualify for the knockout stages of the 2022/23 European Challenge Cup having narrowly lost their first three pool stage games but it is going to take a monster performance tonight away at Glasgow Warriors. Here are all the ways you can follow the action from the game.... READ MORE: Glasgow Warriors v Bath Rugby LIVE: Updates from the Challenge Cup clash When is the game? Glasgow Warriors v Bath Rugby is being played at Scotstoun Stadium on Friday, January 20.
What time is kick-off? The kick-off time is at 8pm UK time. Is the game on TV? Yes. The game is not being broadcast by BT Sport or EPCR TV but it is being streamed online thanks to a new partnership with Viaplay. Viaplay, the new name for Premier Sports, is where fans can watch this weekend’s game. Renowned former players such as John Barclay, Bob Skinstad, Tom Shanklin and Johnnie Beattie will be among Viaplay’s analysts for its EPCR Challenge Cup coverage, with Ross Harries, Emma Dodds and Graham Little as presenters. Fans can tune in on Sky (412, 421), Virgin TV (551, 552), or online via Amazon Prime or the Viaplay app from start to finish – you can subscribe now https://viaplay.
Sebastian Cancelliere, 13. Sione Tuipulotu, 12. Huw Jones, 11. Kyle Steyn (c), 10. Tom Jordan, 9. Ali Price, 1. Jamie Bhatti, 2. Johnny Matthews, 3. Lucio Sordoni, 4. Alex Samuel, 5. Richie Gray, 6. Euan Ferrie, 7. Sione Vailanu, 8. Matt Fagerson. Replacements: 16. George Turner, 17. Nathan McBeth, 18.
Simon Berghan, 19. JP du Preez, 20. Lewis Bean, 21. Tom Gordon, 22. George Horne, 23. Duncan Weir, Bath Rugby: 15. Orlando Bailey, 14. Max Ojomoh, 13. Ollie Lawrence, 12. Cameron Redpath, 11. Joe Cokanasiga, 10. Piers Francis, 9. Louis Schreuder, 1. Juan Schoeman, 2. Tom Dunn (c), 3. Johannes Jonker, 4. Will Spencer, 5. Fergus Lee-Warner, 6. Ted Hill, 7. Chris Cloete, 8. Miles Reid. Niall Annett, 17.