GLOUCESTER will aim to make a big dent of Wasps' Guinness Premiership play-off hopes when the current champions come to Kingsholm on Saturday, March 14th (3pm).
Gloucester's last match at Kingsholm was their sell-out west country derby victory over Bath and despite defeat at Leicester last weekend, remain top of the table.
Ticket prices start from as little as £3 for juniors and £14 for adults in the Shed and West Terrace and from £5 for junior and £18 for adults in the High Tech and C&G Stands.
Tickets for Gloucester's remaining home Guinness Premiership match against Worcester Warriors on Saturday, April 18th (3pm) are also available as well as tickets for the EDF Energy Cup Semi Final on Saturday, March 28th (2.30pm) at the Ricoh stadium against the Ospreys.
For more information or to book tickets for any of the forthcoming 2009 fixtures visit www.gloucesterrugby.co.uk or call the ticket hotline on 0871 871 8781 option 2.
Gloucester have been in good form in recent weeks, but Backs Coach Tim Taylor knows that the Cherry and Whites will have to be at their best on Thursday evening (kick off 7:45pm) against a Stade Rochelais side flying high this season.
Speaking to GRTV after the bonus point win over Bristol, back row Lewis Ludlow revealed that despite a tricky first half, Gloucester backed their skills to come through, a faith that was evident in a strong second half showing.
Willi Heinz scored Gloucester's second try as the Cherry and Whites overturned a disappointing first 40 minutes and 0-6 half time deficit, to earn a 26-18 Aviva Premiership victory over Bristol Rugby on Saturday.
It's the first Gloucester-Bristol derby at Kingsholm in over eight years this Saturday (kick off 4:30pm) and, previewing the game with the local media this week, Defence Coach Jonny Bell stressed that, with both teams in the bottom half of the table, they both need the points.
Speaking to the local media this week, Gloucester front rower John Afoa knows the challenge ahead this week against Bristol, and calls on the Cherry and Whites to make the most of home advantage as a determined squad look to bounce back from a narrow loss to Saracens.
Tom Savage speaks to GRTV and the local media as Gloucester went down by 24-20 at Saracens on Sunday afternoon. The second row was disappointed with the result, despite a strong showing from the hosts.
After taking 11 points from their last three games in the Aviva Premiership, including bonus point wins against Wasps and Bristol, Gloucester will be looking to continue their good form when they welcome La Rochelle to Kingsholm.
Having named an unchanged starting XV for the past three Aviva Premiership games, Gloucester Rugby ring the changes and retain only five players for Thursday's visit of Stade Rochelais in the European Rugby Challenge Cup (kick off 7:45pm).