Together with our partners BT Sport and ITV, PRTV Live will give supporters across the country the freedom to watch every game live, at home or on the go. “Through this new platform, we want to create a deeper relationship with our current fans, who have asked us for this service and make the game as accessible as possible to new supporters. Having every match available to watch live is a crucial step forward for us. “With 10 million rugby fans in England, PRTV Live will allow us to showcase the best of Gallagher Premiership Rugby to the widest possible audience, expanding our reach into the households of millions of other rugby fans. Not only that, but it’ll mean London Irish fans who can’t make the round trip of almost 600 miles to watch their team play Newcastle Falcons at Kingston Park, can still see the game live.
” The matches will be available to purchase via the Premiership Rugby website from February 21st; the first matches will be streamed on the Premiership Rugby app on February 25th, kicking off with coverage of Bristol Bears v Wasps and Sale Sharks v London Irish, followed by Leicester Tigers v Gloucester Rugby and Newcastle Falcons v Bath Rugby the next day. From March 25th PRTV Live will also be available via desktop.
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After missing out against one of his former clubs last week, Chris Ashton returns to the bench that also includes Olly Robinson and Matías Moroni. Hooker Nic Dolly, who was called up into the England squad last week before being released on Tuesday, is not included in the matchday squad as Charlie Clare provides cover for Montoya. London Irish have lost only one Gallagher Premiership match in 2022 but can only boast two of their last ten fixtures against Leicester in Premiership Rugby - with the last coming way back in 2014. The Exiles have named a strong team that includes recent England call-ups Ollie Hassell-Collins and Will Goodrick-Clarke while former British and Irish Lions flanker Sean O'Brien packs down at openside flanker.
PRTV Live will show the games that are not broadcast by BT Sport or ITV, so fans will now have access to up to 480 minutes – eight hours – of pure rugby action over a weekend. Simon Massie-Taylor, Chief Executive Officer at Premiership Rugby said: “PRTV Live signals another step in our journey to grow the game and make Gallagher Premiership Rugby accessible to as many rugby fans as possible.
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Seven tries - Tigers haven't exactly been short of tries but this afternoon showed Tigers at their attacking best with their seven scores. The backs were purring, Burns pulling the strings and Nadolo was at his destructive best. 16:50Ethan ClampKelly limpingThe centre received treatment just before the last phase of play and carried on but is limping a little as he shakes hands with Irish. Hopefully, it's just a stinger16:48Ethan Clamp5 points for TigersIrish leave with nothing16:48KEY EVENTFull-timeTigers 47 Irish 2816:47Ethan ClampScrum TigersHassell-Collins breaks down the right-hand side but passes forward.
There's an eagerly anticipated head-to-head at hooker as current Argentina captain Julian Montoya packs down against 37-year-old fellow countryman Agustin Creevy - who is the Premiership's top try scorer this season with 11. Richard Wigglesworth is restored to the starting line-up in place of Jack van Poortvliet, while Dan Kelly is at inside centre with Matt Scott moving to outside centre.
Leicester Tigers v London Irish LIVE: Play-by-play updates from Prem clashIt's game day. Joe Heyes returns from the England squad to start for Leicester Tigers against London Irish 3pm). The 22-year-old was retained by Eddie Jones in midweek but then missed out on the squad selected to face Ireland at Twickenham Stadium. The uncapped tighthead was expected to remain with England as a travelling reserve providing cover for Kyle Sinckler and Will Stuart, but will instead make his 92nd Tigers appearance against the Exiles. It's a timely boost for head coach Steve Borthwick, who is without veteran option Dan Cole for a fourth successive match as well as the England quintet of Ellis Genge, Freddie Steward, George Ford, Ben Youngs and Ollie Chessum. Hanro Liebenberg captains Tigers from blindside flanker while newly crowned Premiership player of the month Freddie Burns moves back to fly-half, with Bryce Hegarty featuring at full-back.
Chris Ashton of Leicester Tigers16:58Ethan ClampFull-time thoughts from Ethan ClampA real test - The scoreline doesn't do it justice but that was a really tough test for Tigers. Irish put Leicester under serious pressure for large parts of that game, Arundell especially gave Tigers real headaches in defence. The away side came to stretch the league leaders by playing wide from all areas. Ashton on the scoresheet - It's fair to say it was a bizarre sight when we saw Ashton make his debut for Tigers a few weeks back but this afternoon showed exactly why he will be an excellent acquisition. His 90th Premiership try came as he received the ball on the wing and showed excellent skill to stay in the field with oncoming traffic hunting him down.
Premiership Rugby launches match streaming service | 16th February 2022 | News16 February 2022 Premiership Rugby is launching a new streaming service, PRTV Live, which means supporters will be able to watch every Gallagher Premiership Rugby match live this season. A Match Pass is £4. 99 to watch the game of your choice. A Round Pass is £6. 99 to watch all fixtures included for a round of Gallagher Premiership Rugby All details from www. premiershiprugby. com/prtvlive Starting this month as a pilot service, PRTV Live is streamed directly to fans via the Premiership Rugby mobile app and provides supporters with a comprehensive service.
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