Premiership Immortals - The Debate ShowAug 29
After a thrilling round of bank holiday weekend matches, Premiership Rugby returned once again on BT Sport with a jam-packed six matches across Friday and Saturday.
After Exeter Chiefs and Bristol Bears continued their winning momentum on Friday evening, we've brought you four more games to bring you on Saturday afternoon, including Saracens' shock loss to Wasps and a high-scoring affair between Leicester and Sale.
Check out all the highlights and best bits from Round 18 of the Premiership below.
BT Sport Extra 1 - Friday 6pm - Match replay
An entertaining match was no consolation for Worcester, who have now won just one of their past 11 league games, as they threw away a half-time lead against Bristol Bears.
BT Sport 1HD and BT Sport Ultimate - Friday 7pm (KO 7.45pm) - Match replay
Exeter Chiefs' frightening form continued with a stunning comeback against Northampton Saints, inflicting on the hosts a fourth defeat in five games since the restart and their sixth straight loss at home - the worst such run in the Premiership.
BT Sport Extra 1 - Saturday 12.30pm - Match replay
England captain Owen Farrell was sent off for a high tackle as Saracens fell to a surprise defeat against a much-changed Wasps side at Allianz Park.
Harlequins 27-41 Bath Rugby
BT Sport 1HD and BT Sport Ultimate - Saturday 1.30pm (KO 2pm) - Match replay
Harlequins welcomed fans back to The Stoop for the visit of Bath Rugby but were unable to stop the visitors running riot during an entertaining game in west London.
Leicester Tigers 31-40 Sale Sharks
BT Sport Extra 1 - Saturday 3pm - Match replay
Manu Tuilagi enjoyed a winning return to Welford Road as the former Leicester Tigers man helped Sale to an impressive win on Saturday afternoon.
Gloucester Rugby 36-23 London Irish
BT Sport 1HD and BT Sport Ultimate - Saturday 4.15pm (KO 4.30pm) - Match replay
Gloucester inflicted a seventh defeat in seven games on visiting London Irish, with youngster Ollie Thorley scoring his 11th of the season to break the club's try-scoring record at the Kingsholm.