Bath will be looking for Matthew Banahan to continue his try scoring form into Europe next weekend.
Banahan, 21, is the leading scorer in the Guinness Premiership this season, with nine touchdowns including a score in last night's victory over Leicester Tigers.
He has helped his side up second place on the table and scored at the end of the first half to help his side to a 26-12 win at the Recreation Ground.
Bath's famous home ground is the venue for the European Challenge Cup semi-final next weekend, and Banahan will be looking to add to his five campaign tries in the meeting with Sale Sharks (Saturday, 26 April 12:30).
Sale were defeated 29-19 by London Wasps yesterday to slump to fifth on the table and outside the coveted semi-final spots.
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