In fact the only change to the matchday 23 sees Matias Cortese replace Darren Dawidiuk as the replacement hooker.
The challenge for Gloucester is clear - Saracens have lost just two Aviva Premiership Rugby matches since 2 January 2010 and have won their last dozen encounters at Vicarage Road in all competitions since Clermont won there on 21 January in the Heineken Cup.
The last two encounters between the two sides have been incredibly close. Saracens edged the Aviva Premiership semi final last May by 12 points to 10 and took the spoils at Kingsholm earlier this season by 19 points to 17.
Talking to the media ahead of the game, Redpath stressed that it's important for Gloucester to build upon what they did against Wasps and try and take the game to Saracens on Sunday.
"We highlighted previously that a bit of confidence was lacking in our game and went out with a mindset that we were going to try and play and impose our game on Wasps and we did that.
"However, we'll go down to Watford with the underdog tag because Saracens are a very good side and you can't hide from that.
"They're very strong defensively and have good tactical kickers but we have to try and impose our game on them as well. We can't go down there with a fear factor, we have to go there with nothing to lose and try to challenge them."
Olly Morgan; Jonny May, Henry Trinder, Eliota Fuimaono-Sapolu, James Simpson-Daniel; Freddie Burns, Rory Lawson; Nick Wood, Scott Lawson, Rupert Harden; Peter Buxton, Jim Hamilton; Alasdair Strokosch, Akapusi Qera, Luke Narraway (capt)
Matias Cortese, Dan Murphy, Dario Chistolini, Brett Deacon, Matt Cox, Dave Lewis, Ryan Mills, Charlie Sharples