Last transfer news Injured backs Charles Piutau, Henry Purdy out of Bristol's clash with Toulon Breaking sport news

PremierLeague-News.Com - Bristol face Toulon in this season's European Challenge Cup final.

Last transfer news Injured backs Charles Piutau, Henry Purdy out of Bristol's clash with Toulon Breaking sport news

PremierLeague-News.Com - Bristol face Toulon in this season's European Challenge Cup final.

Last transfer news Injured backs Charles Piutau, Henry Purdy out of Bristol's clash with Toulon Breaking sport news
13 October 2020 - 14:30

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Injured backs Charles Piutau and Henry Purdy will miss Bristol's European Challenge Cup final clash against Toulon on Friday. And rugby director Pat Lam is assessing lock Chris Vui (calf muscle) and number eight Nathan Hughes (ribs), who suffered knocks during the Gallagher Premiership play-off loss to Wasps three days ago. Full-back Piutau and wing Purdy have been sidelined for recent games because of Achilles and hamstring injuries, respectively. Max Malins wore the number 15 shirt against Wasps, with Piers O'Conor on the wing. Bristol rugby director Pat Lam (Adam Davy/PA) "There are a few niggles we have got to overcome before Friday, so I have given the guys as much time as possible," Lam said. "Obviously, Nathan Hughes and Chris Vui from the weekend, but I think the game has come too early for Charles Piutau and Henry Purdy. They won't be making it for this week. "It has naturally been quite a light couple of days of training to make sure we have a full tank and are ready to go for Friday." Bristol will need to bounce back quickly from a 47-24 drubbing at the Ricoh Arena as they target their first European trophy. English clubs have won 11 of the 23 previous Challenge Cup finals, with Bristol and Toulon both unbeaten in this season's tournament. They meet at the 6,000-capacity Stade Maurice David in Aix-en-Provence, 20 miles from Marseille, with the Bristol squad travelling on Thursday via a charter flight, then returning first thing Saturday morning. BREAKING ???? 1,000 fans will be able to attend the #ChallengeCupRugby final between @BristolBears and @RCTofficiel ???? Local authorities have granted EPCR permission to sell limited tickets for the showpiece in Aix-en-Provence, find out more ➡️ https://t.co/6gzvk73Ufh pic.twitter.com/wXpnjBF0a7 — Challenge Cup (@ERChallengeCup) October 12, 2020 "With Covid, we have to be in the hotel, we can't leave the hotel and it's a 9pm kick-off," Lam added. "We have a chartered plane on Thursday, we are the only ones in the hotel and it is about eight miles from the ground. "We will have a police escort and straight in there to the ground. Then up early the next day out and back in Bristol by 10.

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." Reflecting on the Wasps result, Lam said: "The thing that is pleasing is that wasn't the end (of the season) last week. We didn't give a good account of ourselves. "This week, at the end of the 80 minutes, there is a cup at the end of it. "We all understand the enormity of the challenge, and this is where we want to be every year at the business end. "This is the last time we plan on being in this competition as we move on to the Champions Cup next year, and hopefully the year after that." The Bristol squad and staff will have a three-week break ahead of next season, which starts on November 22 – against Wasps in Coventry – following a 13th game in just 53 days. 2020/21 FIXTURES ARE HERE ????#GallagherPrem Round 1 starts on Friday 20 November, mark the date! ???? What are you expecting for your club this season? Full list here ➡️➡️➡️ https://t.co/K9iJaCv4Yv #RugbyFixturesDay pic.twitter.com/aQFetqq7SV — Premiership Rugby (@premrugby) September 29, 2020 "This is just a three-week winter break if you like," Lam added. "The boys know they have to look after themselves and be ready as soon as we come back. "We will get a break with our families – it's tough we don't get a chance to go home, or take them somewhere warmer. I will probably go to CenterParcs or somewhere local. "The support staff and coaches, the midweek games – you review one, preview another – and it is happening quickly. Some of us don't know the time of the day or what day it is. "The families have been great as it has been tough on them, but we are committed and it is what we enjoy doing and we all love our jobs, but it is about getting the balance right." ID:418227:Click here for more stories about Charles PiutauClick here for more stories about Bristol Rugby

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Last transfer news Injured backs Charles Piutau, Henry Purdy out of Bristol's clash with Toulon Breaking sport news


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Last transfer news Injured backs Charles Piutau, Henry Purdy out of Bristol's clash with Toulon Breaking sport news


Last transfer news Injured backs Charles Piutau, Henry Purdy out of Bristol's clash with Toulon Breaking sport news

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