"It's brilliant that we're playing at Kingsholm, I've got fantastic memories of the place. We had some real tussles with Gloucester back then and always got a fantastic reception from the crowd. Hopefully this time a few of them will be cheering for us!"
It's the second time this season that Kingsholm has staged a Forces fixture following the Combined Services vs Samoa game earlier this season and Sanger claims his side can't wait.
"It's a big game for us. Georgia are one of the up and coming nations in world rugby, currently ranked above the likes of Tonga, USA and Canada."
"It's a real privilege and an honour to be taking them on especially at Kingsholm which I personally consider to be a real rugby stronghold."
Former Gloucester favourite Apo Satala is unfortunately ruled out through injury but the Army can still call upon the likes of Fijian international Jack Prasad at fly half.
Sanger also added a bit of perspective to proceedings when talking to www.gloucesterrugby.co.uk
"We try to be as competitive as possible within the constraints of our job as professional Soldiers and at this current time of increased operations in Afghanistan etc the task is a difficult one."
"We have many players currently deployed in Afghanistan and only this week LCpl Gerhard Wessels deployed."
"We also lost Private Joseph Vatubua to enemy action early this year in Afghanistan, but these events make us stronger, we will endeavour to put our bodies on the line for each other and do the team and our Service proud."
Army Senior XV:
Magee Magnus; Ben Seru, Naca Nacavamutu, Paul Gittins, Gus Qasavakatini; Jack Prasad, Gareth Slade-Jones; Rick Reeves, Matt Dwyer, Melvin Lewis (capt); Ben Hughes, Ralph Cooke; Paul Llewellyn, Matt Bowman, Bola Bolodua
Chris Budgen, Alex Whittaker, Ken Dowding, Joe Kava, Maku Koriayadi, Denny Delietamani, Ian Martin, Gavin Ferguson, Bux Bakaso, James Reed, Sam Speight