Gloucester Rugby travel to London Irish for their latest A League fixture on Monday evening with Henry Trinder (pictured) continuing his comeback from injury with his third start in 11 days.
Trinder started for Moseley in the Championship at Bristol a week last Friday before starting in the A League at Kingsholm against Harlequins last Monday.
Elsewhere, it's a side that relies heavily upon the Academy with the lineup benefitting from only a handful of first team appearances.
Tongiht's game will be a big test against an Irish side featuring Mike Catt and Peter Richards at half back and a number of others boasting significant first team experience.
Stefan Hawley; Reuben Haile, Henry Trinder, Jonny May, Charlie Simpson-Daniel; Freddie Burns, Jordi Pasqualin; Yann Thomas, Ben Phillips, Jack Steadman; Danny Wright, Ed King; Stuart Ebrall, Marcus Brown, Mike Panaho
Adrian Duncan, Levi Smith, Oliver Day, Josh Bennett, Joe Hart, Sam Arnott, Mike Wilcox, Jack Hayes
With such a short turnaround between the two games, and Gloucester looking to reintegrate several players into the line-up after the Autumn international series, Tom Savage told GRTV that the Cherry and Whites will keep changes to a minimum for the European Rugby Challenge Cup game in Zebre on Saturday.
Gloucester travel to Italy this weekend to take on Zebre in Round Four of the European Rugby Challenge Cup. The Cherry and Whites defeated the Italian side 35-10 last Sunday, but Director of Rugby David Humphreys is looking for an improved performance in the return fixture.
Skipper Billy Twelvetrees, speaking to GRTV after the 35-10 over Zebre, was happy with the bonus point win over the Italian side but admitted Gloucester will need to tighten up for the return fixture in Parma.
Matt Kvesic was a try scorer and recipient of the Man of the Match award in Sunday's 35-10 European Rugby Challenge Cup win over Zebre. He praised the Italian side for their spirited opposition and admitted that next week's return game will be a tough one.
After a tense opening half hour in Parma, the game turned just before half time as the home team had David Odiete red carded and Gloucester took full advantage, running in three second half tries to secure the bonus point and the victory over Zebre by 32 points to 16.