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Live Reporting

By Andrew Aloia and Emma Thurston

All times stated are UK

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  1. Over and out for another day

    FT: Leicester 35-30 Gloucester

    Leicester fight back against Gloucester to move back to fourth in the Premiership table in a game defined by a brand of adventurous attacking play.

    All the excitement was largely instigated by Gloucester when they produced three tries in nine first-half minutes to stun the hosts.

    However, Leicester responded in kind. The end product, one of the most thrilling 80 minutes of open rugby this term.

    For now, Tigers occupy the last play-off spot, but Northampton have a chance to go above them again tomorrow when they travel to Coventry to face Wasps (15:00 BST).

    You can of course follow all of the action here on BBC Sport.

    Until then, goodbye.

  2. Recap

    Leicester 35-30 Gloucester

    Manu Tuilagi

    Leicester Tigers produced a superb second-half comeback to beat Gloucester and keep their hopes of reaching the Premiership play-offs alive.

    Telusa Veainu and England centre Manu Tuilagi both crossed in the opening 11 minutes to give Tigers an early lead.

    But tries from Stephen McColl, Henry Trinder and Paddy McAllister left Gloucester 27-13 in front at the break.

    Tuilagi added his second soon after half-time before Peter Betham and Niki Goneva completed a dramatic fightback.

  3. Recap

    Harlequins 46-25 Newcastle

    Harlequins' Tim Visser

    Harlequins kept their play-off hopes alive with a bonus-point victory over Newcastle Falcons, who slipped to their sixth straight defeat. 

    Tries from Tim Visser, Jack Clifford and Joe Gray gave the home side a 21-6 half-time lead.

    Newcastle surged back with two Nili Latu tries and one from Marcus Watson, but Sean Robinson's sin-binning was costly for the visitors.

    Ben Botica's kicking accuracy for Quins, and further tries from Visser and Marland Yarde ensured a the comfortable win.

  4. Recap

    Exeter 50-12 Worcester

    James Short

    Exeter Chiefs secured a bonus-point win over Worcester Warriors to narrow the gap on Premiership leaders Saracens.

    Second-placed Exeter, who are now three points behind Sarries, were 17-0 ahead inside 25 minutes, with Thomas Waldrom, James Short and Olly Woodburn crossing.

    Tries from Cooper Vuna and Andy Symons then cut the deficit to five points.

    But Ollie Atkins sealed the bonus point after the break and Waldrom and Woodburn both completed hat-tricks to end Worcester's four-match winning run.

  5. Recap

    London Irish 15-30 Sale

    Danny Cipriani

    Sale secured their first victory at the Madjeski Stadium since October 2006 to leave London Irish four points adrift at the bottom of the Premiership.

    Danny Cipriani's penalty put Sharks ahead before Greig Tonks levelled and Sean Maitland's score made it 8-3.

    But Sharks replied through Cipriani and Mike Haley to lead 13-8 at the break.

    Cipriani extended Sharks' lead before Johnny Williams' score gave Irish hope, but tries for TJ Ioane and Cipriani maintained Sale's top six push.

  6. FT: Leicester 35-30 Gloucester

    Leicester Tigers try scorer Peter Betham told BT Sport: "There were a few expletives at half-time. He [boss Richard Cockerill] got what he needed to get out. 

    "That is what we needed, a kick up the backside."

  7. Full-time

    Leicester 35-30 Gloucester

    Penalty to Leicester. Game over, Tigers hold on.

    The hosts produce a stunning second-half fightback to triumph. Vereniki Goneva with the decisive try for Tigers.

  8. Leicester 35-30 Gloucester

    Fourteen phases and the ball is still alive. Two metres out.

  9. Leicester 35-30 Gloucester

    Time is up, Gloucester with possession.

    They drive and drive closer to the line...

  10. Leicester 35-30 Gloucester

    A minute to go.

    Gloucester's attack peters out, but play is brought back for a penalty.

    Line-out to come... Gloucester have their chance here.

  11. Leicester 35-30 Gloucester

    Tense and scrappy few minutes at Welford Road.

    Gloucester with a scrum feed deep in Leicester territory. Can they they snatch victory, just as Leicester seemed to have done so themselves?

    Two minutes remaining.

  12. Try (Goneva, con Williams)

    Leicester 35-30 Gloucester

    Niki Goneva

    Vereniki Goneva with the easy finish down the left edge, but that try to edge Leicester back ahead was all about how the Tigers kept the ball alive on the right.

    Rattle off the names, Mathew Tait, Brendon O'Connor, Tom Croft, Greg Bateman - they were all involved.

  13. Leicester 28-30 Gloucester

    James Hook tries to edge Gloucester further ahead and hits the post with a drop-goal attempt.

    And we still have 10 minutes to go. He's gone early there.

  14. Full-time

    London Irish 15-30 Sale

    London Irish's survival hopes have taken a significant blow with a home defeat by Sale.

  15. Full-time

    Harlequins 46-25 Newcastle

    Harlequins survive a second-half wobble to secure a bonus-point win over struggling Newcastle.

  16. Try (Betham, con missed Williams)

    Leicester 28-30 Gloucester

    Leicester v Gloucester

    Leicester's Dom Barrow comes up the steal at the line-out  on the left and in a flash Peter Betham has the ball in his grasp on the right and he is over to make this a two-point game with 12 minutes to go.

    The final pass to Betham was from Tuilagi, but it the ball zipped through a few sets of hands to get there. Special mention for long pass from Harry Thacker to open it up.

  17. Penalty (Laidlaw)

    Leicester 23-30 Gloucester

    Gloucester's Ben Morgan with a bustling run down the left and the Cherry and Whites make territory in a hurry all of a sudden.

    Eventually the visitors are awarded a penalty and Greig Laidlaw slots their first points of the second half.

  18. Around the grounds

    Harlequins v Newcastle

    At The Twickenham Stoop Tim Visser continues to show the home fans his box of tricks as he adds his second of the afternoon and Harlequins finally have this game in the bag. 

    It's hotting up in Reading as London Irish's young sensation Johnny Williams scores their second try of the afternoon but it's been cancelled out by TJ Ioane. 

    Back at Sandy Park there's been another try and guess who it is? Thomas Waldrom has added his hat-trick score and the Chiefs' afternoon is looking very rosy. 

  19. Leicester 23-27 Gloucester

    Leicester are allowing an error to many into their attacking game right now.

    They manage to recover after a wild pass out wide from Owen Williams, but as Graham Kitchener punches through the middle, the ball is spilled.

    They are close to pinning Gloucester back, but are overcooking their attempts a little at times. Just 17 minutes remain.

  20. Leicester 23-27 Gloucester

    Gloucester's Ben Morgan is stopped just short and Jacob Rowan tries to burrow over.

    Huge defensive effort by Leicester to keep the Cherry and Whites out.

    The television match official has a good look at what transpired and Gloucester hooker Darren Dawidiuk is penalised for an infringement at the breakdown. 

    Leicester clear up field. Danger averted for the hosts.