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Leicester Tigers staff have hit two landmarks this week in the Million Metre Challenge issued by the Matt Hampson Foundation to keep active and promote physical and mental health. Foundation personal trainer Sutty launched the Million Metres Lockdown II Challenge to help motivate beneficiaries, families and friends to stay active, with the added bonus of being able to raise funds for a great cause too. Exclusive: Austin Healey - I will get vilified for what I say but I want Leicester to succeed Austin Healey won the Premiership title on four occasions with Leicester Tigers ©BT Sport His choice of Exeter 1st, Sale Sharks 2nd, Wasps 3rd, and Bath 4th may cause a ripple of debate amongst supporters, but it is our discussion around his former club Leicester Tigers which could ruffle a few feathers. It is perhaps unsurprising to see Healey wearing his heart on his sleeve when discussing the difficulties the Midlands side have endured over the last few years and whilst his scathing comments may seem harsh to some, the four-time Premiership winner is just desperate for his old team to experience some success again. Last season, the Tigers finished in 11th place, just one position above the relegation zone, as Leicester lost seven of their nine games following the resumption of the Premiership campaign back in August.
These times have been uncertain for a lot of rugby clubs, but Leicester Tigers' problems have been played out in the public eye... It was also a summer of turmoil for the Welford Road club with star trio Manu Tuilagi, Kyle Eastmond and Telusa Veainu all going their separate ways and the recent departures of Director of Rugby Geordan Murphy, coaches Boris Stankovich and Rob Taylor, as well as Rory Underwood, paints a worrying picture once again. They have got to get that club back in the water and I don't know how they do it. The ocean analogies were also a feature of Wednesday's press conference with Leicester head coach Steve Borthwick, who described the Tigers as "a big old ship that has been heading in the wrong direction for a period of time." The brief for the former England assistant coach is to try to steer the club back towards past glories, but Healey doesn't think Borthwick is the right person to turn the tide at Welford Road. After working alongside Geordan Murphy during the conclusion of the 2019/20 season, Borthwick will not have the Irishman to lean on this weekend when Leicester host their 2500th game at Welford Road.
"I think the concern for everyone else is that year on year, Exeter have got better and better and there is nothing to suggest they aren't going to get better again," Healey adds. Exeter have turned into Sport Billy and you have got to be over 40-years-old to appreciate that analogy." BT Sport is broadcasting all Gallagher Premiership Rugby matches played behind closed doors in the 2020/21 season. The season kicks off on Friday 20th November with Harlequins v Exeter Chiefs at 7.45pm on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate. Worcester Warriors vs London Irish live streaming: Watch Premiership Rugby online Worcester Warriors vs London Irish live streaming: Quick links If you want to watch Worcester Warriors vs London Irish online, these are the live streaming instructions. Worcester Warriors vs London Irish live streaming via Bet365 is blocked in the following countries: United Kingdom, Ireland, New Zealand, United States Outlying Islands, United States & Virgin Islands, U.S.. Everywhere else in the world is fine to watch Worcester Warriors vs London Irish live streaming on Bet365. Note: There are geo-restrictions on individual matches shown on the Bet365 live streaming service. Buy a VPN and you will be able to live stream this game. Worcester Warriors vs London Irish live streaming: Match information & start time Match: Worcester Warriors vs London Irish Worcester Warriors vs London Irish: Match preview Worcester Warriors welcome London Irish to the Sixways Stadium in the Gallagher Premiership on Saturday. Alan Solomons' Worcester, who finished 10th on 46 points last season, have been handed a boost ahead of their opening game with Ted Hill being told he is not needed for the England clash against Ireland, so is available for selection. London Irish, managed by Declan Kidney, finished 10th with 34 points last season and will be looking to get off to a flying start just like the previous campaign, having defeated Gloucester 49-29 on the opening day. How to watch a Worcester Warriors vs London Irish live stream on Bet365 In order to watch a Worcester Warriors vs London Irish live stream you must have a funded Bet365 account or to have placed a bet in the last 24 hours. Bet365 are showing a Worcester Warriors vs London Irish live stream, legally and straight onto your computer or on to your hand held device, be it an iPhone, iPad or Android. Please note the geo-restrictions listed above to watch Worcester Warriors vs London Irish live streaming on Bet365. And, that that you will need an active Bet365 account to watch Worcester Warriors vs London Irish. Bet365 show every game of the Rugby Premiership 2019/2020 season – which includes six every weekend and the play-offs. Watch Worcester Warriors vs London Irish from anywhere else in the world! If the solutions above are not helpful for Worcester Warriors vs London Irish live streaming, then you really need a VPN! Here are the step by step instructions to watch Worcester Warriors vs London Irish live streaming from anywhere in the world. Worcester Warriors vs London Irish live streaming: What are the betting odds? Worcester Warriors v London Irish betting odds: