Gloucester United have named their side for the Guinness A League semi final against London Wasps on Thursday evening.
The winner of the game which kicks off at Dry Leas, the home of Henley Hawks, at 7:30pm will see the winner progress to take on Northampton Saints in the final.
Gloucester qualified for the knock out stages by finishing top of Group 1, which also featured Sale Sharks, Saracens and Leicester Tigers, winning four games from six.
The side features a mixture of Academy prospects and first team experience provided by the likes of Jack Adams, Gareth Cooper and Adam Eustace.
Tickets for the game will be available on the night priced at £5 for adults and £3 for concessions.
Tristan Roberts; Dan Norton, Henry Trinder, Jack Adams, Charlie Sharples; Freddie Burns, Gareth Cooper; Jack Forster, Adrian Duncan, David Young; Danny Wright, Adam Eustace; Andries Pretorious, Guy Thompson, Dan Williams
Chris Hall, Yann Thomas, Richard Jenkins, Will Foden, Ollie Winterbottom, Jonny May, Danny Pointon
Brighton is the venue of choice for England this week as the squad have reported for a training camp to prepare for the upcoming international against Wales. GRTV caught up with Gloucester's Matt Kvesic after the first day's training.
Speaking to GRTV after the game, Gloucester Rugby number eight Ben Morgan reflected on the loss to Northampton Saints, and spoke about what he and the team need to do for the new season when the team return after the summer break.
In only his second Aviva Premiership outing, Lloyd Evans scored his first senior try for Gloucester against Northampton Saints on Saturday and told GRTV afterwards that he enjoyed the experience despite finishing on the losing side.
Gloucester will round off their Aviva Premiership campaign on Saturday with a tough finale against Northampton Saints. Director of Rugby David Humphreys told the local media this week that he's pleased with the team's attitude over the past two games and is looking for more of the same.
Speaking to GRTV after the 12-11 Aviva Premiership victory at Sale Sharks on Friday evening, Matt Kvesic described it as a real team effort with several players having to play out of position due to illness and injury in the ranks.
Despite he and a number of his team mates playing out of position, Greig Laidlaw's four penalties were enough to help Gloucester to a 12-11 Aviva Premiership win at Sale on Friday evening. The skipper told GRTV after the game that everyone had played their part, especially the younger players.