That's it for tonight, rejoin us tomorrow at 14:45 GMT, when we'll bring you the build-up to Saturday's Premiership action.
- FT: Gloucester 23-19 Sale
- Cook & Kalamafoni (2) tries for Gloucester
- Sale's Edwards scores twice on first Premiership start
- Gloucester move up to sixth in the table with victory
So round six of the Premiership is underway and we've got some absolute belters to look forward to over the weekend.
Here's what's coming up...
Saturday, 5 December
Harlequins v London Irish - 15:00 GMT
Worcester v Leicester - 15:00 GMT
Bath v Northampton - 15:15 GMT
Wasps v Exeter - 17:30 GMT
Sunday, 6 December
Newcastle v Saracens - 15:00 GMT
Sale of course earn themselves a bonus point with that result, but their search for an away win goes on. How many better opportunities will they get this season?
Sione Kalamafoni is rightly named man-of-the-match. Huge performance by the big number eight. What a great way to start round six.
Huge victory for Gloucester as a massive roar goes around Kingsholm but Sale will be kicking themselves, they wasted so many opportunities to earn a rare away victory. That final line-out summed up their performance.
Sale make a mess of the line-out and Gloucester win the ball and possession. It's kicked into touch. They've won the game.
Gloucester win the scrum and kick up field, Sale run the ball back and win a penalty inside their own half. Danny Cipriani kicks to Gloucester's 22. We're in injury time.
Gloucester clear up field, possession is back and forth but eventually Sale are penalised and Gloucester have a scrum slightly inside their own half.
The ball emerges from the back of the scrum and Chris Cusiter is away down the blindside, he finds Will Addison who steps inside but the wing is tackled and the ball is held illegally. Gloucester have the penalty. Huge relief around Kingsholm. Two minutes left.
Sale have a scrum just inside the 22, can they make it count? Time is running out.
Gloucester wing Jonny May has made a mistake here kicking the ball out on the full and Sale have a decent attacking opportunity.
Breathless stuff at Kingsholm as Sale give up possession after a forward pass and Gloucester have a chance to earn some vital territory with not much time on the clock.
Danny Cipriani sends the ball inbetween the posts and Sale are now four points behind with 10 minutes remaining.
That's a wonderful break from Danny Cipriani, who rides two tackles as Sam Tuitupou eventually takes the ball on. Sale are well inside Gloucester's 22 and they win a penalty in front of the posts. Cipriani goes for goal.
Sione Kalamafoni's work is done for the evening. Meanwhile, Chris Cusiter is on at scrum-half for Sale.
Sale go through 24 phases but Gloucester's defence is so disciplined and eventually James Hook rips the ball out in the tackle and clears the ball upfield. 15 minutes left in this pulsating encounter.
Sione Kalamafoni playing in place of England man Ben Morgan has justified his selection in emphatic fashion. He's been superb in this second half. Have Sale got anything left in the tank to get back in this game?
Sione Kalamafoni has his second try of the game and Gloucester are back in front. Greig Laidlaw sends over the conversion.
Gloucester are back in Sale's 22. Rob Cook is just shy of the try line on the right wing as the ball comes back infield. Sione Kalamafoni collects a pass but it's debatable whether he grounded correctly or whether the last pass was forward. It's TMO time.
We're back to 15-men apiece as Richard Hibbard returns to the field.
We're level at Kingsholm as Sione Kalamafoni goes over in the corner after a wonderful miss pass takes out three Sale defenders and finds the big man on the wing. The 14 men are level but Greig Laidlaw cannot add the extras.
Sale win the resulting line-out and after the forwards go through several phases Stringer spreads the ball to the three-quarters. There's a fumble from Danny Cipriani and Sale are penalised as they attempt to win back the ball on the floor. Gloucester clear their lines. Another wasted penalty.
Peter Stringer is bundled into the advertising hoardings unfairly by Jonny May and handbags start to fly. It's nothing serious but tempers are flaring. Sale have the penalty and they kick to the corner.
Sale break back into Gloucester's 22 after a fine burst from Mike Haley, he beats several tackles and steps inside before finding Nev Edwards on the left wing and he goes over in the corner. It's two for the debuntant.
Danny Cipriani cannot add the extras.
Can you believe it? The line-out misses its target and Gloucester have stolen possession. The pressure relents as they clear, but for how much longer?
It's the same result, a Sale line-out and drive and another penalty conceded by Gloucester just shy of their try line. Sale again kick to the corner. Pressure is growing.
The lin- out is won and Sale drive to the corner but it's intentionally brought down by Richard Hibbard and he's sent to the bin. Another penalty, another kick to the corner.
Sale's Peter Stringer launches the ball down the blindside and Charlie Sharples makes a mess of it and eventually they concede a penalty for not releasing. It's kicked to the corner.
We've got a clash in the air between James Hook and Mike Haley. Hook launched a high kick into Sale's half and as both players attempt to collect the ball they collide. Referee rules there was no foul play though and it's a scrum to Sale.
Gloucester concede a penalty from the kick off with Jeremy Thrush failing to release after collecting the ball and Danny Cipriani levels the game.
Teams back on the pitch here at Kingsholm and we're back under way.
So Gloucester are ahead and, considering their record at home and Sale's record away, it looks as though this one is going to form.
But will it stay that way?
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Gloucester have one last attempt at points but they knock on in contact inside Sale's 22. Sale look to launch a late assault and Nev Edwards is away down the wing but his pass inside is intercepted and that's half-time.
Sale win the line-out, recycle the ball but Gloucester's defence is well set and Sale themselves concede a penalty with Nev Edwards failing to release. Story of their half.
Danny Cipriani kicks a penalty to Gloucester's 22 and they have a line-out with a minute remaining.
Gloucester have a penalty which they kick to the corner and they're in Sale's 22. They make a mess of the line-out though, dropping the ball. What a waste.