Gloucester's 'A' side play Saracens on Monday night in the final home game of the Zurich 'A' League season (kick off 7.30pm).
The game is scheduled to be played at Kingsholm, but there will be a pitch inspection at 12 noon after the cold weather over night. If the pitch isn't in the right condition, the game will be played at Oxstall's School (there will be an update from the Club as soon as the venue is confirmed).
Entrance to the game is FREE to season ticket holders. For non-season ticket holders prices are £5.00 adults and concessions and £3 for U16s. Car parking is £2 in the main stadium car park and will be on a first come first served basis. If the game is moved to Oxstall's school entrance is FREE to everyone.
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